There once was a time when Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) was a radical notion inside organizations. Perhaps an executive with enough power brought in an unapproved smartphone or an iPad, but the general workforce? They wouldn't dare.
But today we aren't just faced with BYOD, we're facing BYO-E, where "e" stands everything. Yes, everything.
Alan Pelz-Sharpe, speaking at the AIIM conference last week in New Orleans, said IT is really struggling with this too, as the landscape shifts even further around them. Pelz-Sharpe pointed out that folks were used to the world working a certain way and this shift away from their control is disorienting for them.