There is no denying that BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is an unstoppable force. In fact Gartner predicts that 90 percent of organisations will support corporate applications of some sort on personal devices by 2014.

Many of the popular mobile devices are built on relatively nascent, consumer-focused platforms that don't provide the underlying management controls that Enterprise IT organisations are used to. So as more and more employees use their personal iPhone, iPad or Android for work, IT has less and less control of whom and what is accessing its network.

But there are things that IT organisations can do to keep data secure, maintain access policies and ensure service quality. Read more.