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BYOD - A Work in Progress

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For most T&L stories, we turn to our readers for advice and insight about stronger and smarter tech integration. For BYOD (bring your own device) we’ve already done that more than a few times. That’s why we thought it would be interesting to spread our wings and seek advice from a different group: the business community. Like K-12 schools, business are trying to find ways to accomplish tasks on a shoestring and do more with fewer employees. As a result, many companies have embraced BYOD. We’ve asked a few to share their stories.

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