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Cisco: Nearly half of IT managers still against BYOD trend

January 24, 2012 No Comments

Nearly half of IT managers and executives polled in six leading economies said they would never let employees bring their own devices to work, according to Cisco.

Tablet computing in the enterprise world is about to hit a major turning point in 2012, but there are definitely some serious roadblocks ahead, according to a new report from Cisco.

The global survey found that IT departments are now getting one tablet request for every three smartphone requests. That could possibly be attributed the statistic that 48 percent of companies surveyed said that they would never authorize employees to bring their own devices to work.

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