Amid the findings and forecasts of 2011 and 2012 year are telltale signs that users are driving corporate information consumption patterns and that IT, for better or worse, is becoming complicit with personal consumption habits over controls and policies.

One nugget I stumbled on last week was in research Cisco Systems rolled out over the last few months about information overdose among younger employees. The renegades of this generation may not be into drag racing or raves, but seven in 10 say they knowingly break IT security policy, and 60 percent don't feel responsible for protecting corporate information or devices.

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