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Pitfalls of employee-owned mobile devices for work
Thursday - 3/3/2011, 3:00pm EST
Kundra says he wants the government to set aside money that would help you pay for your own devices. You could use them for both personal and professional reasons.
A few agency CIO's have bought onto this idea, saying it presents a more sustainable model for government. But making it reality could be challenging, especially on the cybersecurity front.
Ed Meagher, who works for CSC as vice president for healthcare strategy in the company's North American Public Sector Group, is also a former CIO at the Interior Department. He shares some of the possible pitfalls of going employee-owned.
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