cagraham writes: While many businesses regard BYOD as either a massive security liability, or a necessary inconvenience, Logitech CEO Bracken Darrel told the Wall Street Journal that letting employees bring their own devices helped spur innovation and new products. After employees began using iPads at work, Logitech executives noticed that the lack of a physical keyboard was limiting the device's office potential. Instead of banning the device, they developed a keyboard-case for them, resulting in a new product line that grew by 300% last year. Other companies could probably learn from Logitech's example, and embrace, rather than fear, such workplace disruption.
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