Amid Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 10 launch on July 29, chief compliance officers and CIOs would be wise to review their BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies and overall security stance. Indeed, consumers running Windows 10 on BYOD devices could surface on corporate networks in the days ahead.

Admittedly, Windows 10 isn't expected to trigger a tidal wave of PC upgrades or purchases. Enterprises are expected to test the new operating system for several months before deciding whether to embrace Windows 10 -- which blends Windows 8's touch capabilities with the classic Start Menu.

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