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BYOD is as entrenched (and complicated) as ever

Matt Hamblen | Oct. 19, 2015
But companies might not save as much as expected by pushing hardware costs off to employees.

As for J.P. Morgan, Dulaney said management there "may be making sure that people who need a phone have one and removing company compensation from those who don't," since it is clear that the bank will still be paying for some workers' phones and service plans.

"We don't agree with a full BYOD program and feel it may not really save money," Dulaney added. "A combination of CYOD and BYOD is preferred."

 

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