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D101 BYOD: Bring Your Own Device

Monday, April 8, 2013
10:00 AM 10:45 AM
, Director, LIS & School Media Programs, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University
, Program Assistant, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University
, IT Manager, Collections & Technology, Denver Public Library

Mobile devices are quickly becoming an essential element in both personal and workplace productivity. Library IT staff are faced with the challenge of maintaining network security with the flexibility of a mobile workforce. All types of libraries are being impacted by BYOD, whether they realize it or not. Do you have policies and guidelines in place regarding these devices? Our speakers share some insights, and then the audience shares their insights with their colleagues.

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