The V3 Enterprise Summit is behind us and we've seen a wealth of news, analysis and insights on key trends sweeping the enterprise and critical challenges facing businesses.
In fact, it's generated so much information that understanding the most important insights can be difficult.
So we've created a definitive top 10 list of the biggest insights to come out of the V3 2015 Enterprise Mobility Summit.
10. BYOD is happening
Smartphones are now almost ubiquitous in most offices, and for good reason. The devices have the potential radically to change the way businesses operate.
Cloud services and increased mobile network speeds mean that smartphones can offer constant access to key services, and ensure that employees remain productive wherever they are and whenever they choose to work.
However, as research from MaaS360 by IBM discovered, many of the devices coming into the office are personal phones and not the ones deployed by the IT department.
This is an important development. Employees may be happy using their personal devices for work, but it adds yet another element of risk.
Lost or stolen devices containing work data have been a constant source of woe, and have regularly landed firms in hot water with the Information Commissioner's Office.
Hackers are also interested in smartphones, viewing them as a soft entry point to a company's systems.
In fear of future shortage - or in preparation for its own electric car project?
New Spectre microcode patches released by Intel to fix security flaws in Skylake, Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake CPUs
But if you're running anything older you'll have to wait
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