Evolving phone plans may force CIOs to rethink BYOD

The introduction of no-contract phone plans is adding a new wrinkle to bring-your-own-device programs, just as companies were starting to get comfortable with allowing their employees to use their own devices. Analysts say that plans by some carriers to eliminate subscription lock-in, coupled with the pending introduction of a range of alternative mobile operating systems, will force CIOs to tighten their BYOD policies.

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