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Dell World 2012: Dell warns on BYOD security challenge [Video]

14 Dec 2012

AUSTIN: Dell SonicWall chief executive Patrick Sweeney has warned that there is no single answer to the security problems created by adopting bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategies.

Sweeney made his warning during Dell World 2012.

His comments follow on from a similar warning by Dell director of enterprise mobility solutions Roger Bjork, who claimed firms' ongoing focus on smartphone and tablet devices was making them ignore more critical security issues.

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