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What Would Warren Buffett Do? Advice for CIOs on BYOD

By | February 4, 2013 in BYOD

So what does Warren Buffet have to do with BYOD (bring your own device)?

Warren Buffet

Warren Buffet is not only one of the wealthiest men in the world, but he is also considered the most successful investor of the 20th century. And his involvement in the insurance business (heading Berkshire Hathaway) confirms that he is an expert in measuring catastrophic risk—one of the main issues CIOs are concerned with today in embracing BYOD in the workplace. They simply don’t want to risk a decrease in security when it comes to sensitive company information.

SysAid Founder, Israel Lifshitz, a zealous BYOD Believer, took some pointers from the great Warren Buffet in offering advice to CIOs on how to preserve maximum productivity with BYOD, while maintaining much-needed corporate security.

Read more in this post on TechRepublic.

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Dena Wieder-Freiden

About Dena Wieder-Freiden

As SysAid’s Content Marketing Manager, Dena values most her friendships and daily conversations with the awesome IT service management (ITSM) authorities from all over the world! As they share their knowledge with her, she enjoys paying it forward to the IT community at large. Outside of work, she’s most likely at the gym, the beach, or at home watching a movie and spending time with her family.

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