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Don’t be the one to say “no” all the time. Be the one who says “yes!”

Whether you’re planning to allow end users to bring their own devices to work or just thinking about it, you’re going to need a management plan.

There has never been a time in history when so many different devices were being brought into the enterprise, whether through the front door or the back door. The good news is that the folks at Unisys have prepared a list of seven tips to help IT managers preserve their IT sanity.

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