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‘Bring Your Own Device’ a Mixed Bag for Health Care

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As the consumerization of technology marches on, industry research estimates that as many as 90 percent of employees already use personal devices for work--without permission. In some ways, the trend is a no-brainer: Organizations get a break on the expense of providing a smartphone or tablet for an employee’s professional use. In addition, they may benefit from additional off-hours productivity as employees integrate their personal and business online activities on a single device, using a consistent interface. And the bring your own device trend offers employees a little more flexibility about how they respond to professional tasks.

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