Bring your own device (BYOD) is not new to government organizations. For years, employees have used their own computers and laptops for work. What has changed is the dramatic rise in mobile device use for both personal and professional interactions. As a result, state and federal government agencies are looking at new ways to support BYOD deployments.
For many government employees, consolidating work and personal use into a single device creates an advantage by eliminating the complexity, security risks, and inconvenience of managing multiple devices. According to a Forrester Research survey on BYOD in Government, 60 percent of government employees . . .