At the end of January, I wrote about the current trend in allowing users to bring their own hardware into an enterprise environment. Some companies are allowing personally owned smartphones and tablets, for example, to connect to their enterprise network. This both makes employees happy and saves the company money.
Other companies are not allowing this. Wells Fargo, for one.
From the article:
“I carry two phones. One for personal, and one for work,” says Martin Davis, executive vice president and head of Wells Fargo’s technology integration office. “I’ve got two iPads in my briefcase, for personal and work. We keep it separate.”
I like the way he thinks.