U.S. firms lag on BYOD rights management

02/14/2013 | Computerworld

U.S. businesses are more likely than employers in other countries to focus their bring-your-own-device strategies on employees' hardware than on the users themselves, according to a survey released by Dell. The survey finds firms in other countries tend to favor digital rights management over device-level access management. Less than a third of polled executives in the U.S. based rights access on the user, compared with more than 60% in Singapore.

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