The Bring Your Own Device trend sparks issues of data protection and privacy in the workplace.
As more devices come into the enterprise, IT administrators struggle to find the balance between device control and freedom.

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Separating Corporate from Personal Data on Mobile Devices
The Bring Your Own Device trend sparks issues of data protection and privacy in the workplace.
As more devices come into the enterprise, IT administrators struggle to find the balance between device control and freedom.

BYOD blurs the lines between
corporate and personal data
Employees use personal devices to store and work on company data

7 in 10 employees use enterprise-owned tablets to download personal apps


7 in 10 employees use enterprise-owned tablets to download personal apps


4 in 10 employees save company data on unsanctioned Web services



Of these, 38% sent a document to an unintended recipient
Companies take the hit when corporate and personal data mix
2 in 5 “large data breaches” were caused by lost and stolen devices
Nearly half of companies that permit BYOD were breached using employee-owned devices that access the corporate network
Roughly 3 in 10 employees who save data on unsanctioned Web services led to data breach or other issues
Data leaks caused by using unsanctioned Web services cost about $1.85 billion


Because of this, IT administrators resort to various device management options



With issues like these, how else can IT admins make BYOD work?

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