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addaword.gifdefinition of BYOD

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abbreviation for 'bring your own device', to for instance school, college or work
The flipside of IT's growing acceptance of the BYOD culture is that the onus for procuring, maintaining and troubleshooting technology is now shifting to consumers. Individuals now expect the anywhere, anytime access that comes with a smartphone, cloud storage, etc. -- and their employers are starting to expect them not only to have it, but also to maintain it.
Submitted from United Kingdom on 13/01/2012 12:17:00
Definition of BYOD from the Open Dictionary – a public resource hosted by Macmillan English Dictionary Online

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