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abbreviation British English pronunciation: BYOD /ˌbiː waɪ əʊ ˈdiː/
  1. bring your own device: the practice of allowing employees or students to bring their own computing devices to work, college etc and use them on the organization's network

    Surveys show that up to 90 percent of corporations use some form of BYOD, but that up to 80 percent of BYOD activity is "inadequately" managed by IT departments.

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