1. Shadow BYOD runs rampant in federal government

    Government CIOs have been struggling mightily with developing prudent policies to enable employees to use their personal mobile devices for work without putting sensitive information at risk or otherwise compromising the security of agency systems. As it turns out, many federal employees haven't been waiting for those policies to take effect before introducing their devices into the workplace.

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    1. I think that in general, federal CIOs must have an inkling that some employees are breaking the rules.
    2. Mobile devices are indeed a blind spot for government.
    3. There is little consensus among government agencies on the future of BYOD, how much access will be allowed in a BYOD environment, or if it will be a fit for every federal agency.
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