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The term "BYOD" or "Bring Your Own Device" refers to the policy of allowing and permitting enterprise employees to bring personally owned mobile devices (laptops, tablets, smartphones) to the workplace. This presents major security problems for enterprise IT departments as more and more employees are sharing and storing files on their own mobile devices. The ability to access data files from any device safely and securely is the topic of discussion on today's Storage Hangout as Brian and Heather talk with Claudine Bianchi, CMO at ownCloud and Frank Sieferth, Senior Director at IIS Technology. Tune in to hear about the Red Hat + ownCloud joint file sync and share solution as well as ownCloud and IIS Tech's participation in the Red Hat virtual event, "Advancing Software-Defined Storage."
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