BYOD

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Army to expand BYOD pilot after successful National Guard testing

The Army is expanding a “bring-your-own-device” policy in 2022 after seeing “tremendous operational benefit” as part of a pilot program this past fall.

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Implementing zero trust architecture in BYOD environments

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Army Futures Command preparing to evolve human, technological dynamics for hybrid workforce

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Zero trust pilots reinforce need for ICAM, flip script on BYOD

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‘Wrong trajectory’ in mobile strategy stifles Marines’ BYOD ambitions

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Shawn Kingsberry: Shadow IT seeping into bring-your-own-device

Shadow IT, the stuff that’s on a network that leadership doesn’t know is on the network, plagues agencies across government. Shawn Kingsberry, former chief…

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FCC’s modern IT puzzle pushes toward completion

David Bray, the FCC’s chief information officer, has been creating the team, the processes and the culture to bring major changes to the way the commission…

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Pentagon dipping its toe into BYOD

Terry Halvorsen, DoD’s chief information officer, told reporters last week that he plans to conduct a limited bring-your-own-device pilot this summer.

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