As technology continues to advance, the policies and processes to manage those technologies often lag. Nowhere is that more evident than with the BYOD trend and enterprise governance and security practices. Many organizations use information sharing policies that evolved in an earlier, simpler time but don’t adequately address what’s happening in today’s networks.

The corporate IT environment has been a rapidly expanding universe over the past few decades. In the age of the mainframe and dumb terminals, information sharing was easy if everyone was on the same system. With LANs and client/server architecture, maintaining control over information sharing became more difficult but still somewhat centralized.

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