Editor T.C. Seow asked how users can practise BYOD and maintain security. "I gave senior executives iPhones, owned and configured by us," said Lee. "For general employees, I permit BYOD for a few hundred users, but they use our SIM and there are not many applications they can access."
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BYOD users often need to access enterprise apps. "We have some BYOD devices that can access core IT systems," said Byron Hou, IT director, Asia, Cushman & Wakefield. "We work with a US vendor to support iPhones, iPads and Android devices and apps. Additionally, the brokers need BYOD and we are trying to use Citrix technology, to access our applications through our screens."
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