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How to Enable BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) at Work

Join SonicWALL's Patrick Sweeney, VP of Product Management, as he offers up practical advice on how to enable mobility in your workforce. People are increasingly demanding the ability to use their personal communications devices to access email and network resources when they are away from the office. Come learn how to embrace this trend to allow people to use iPhones, iPads, Android phones and more not only at home but also at work.
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