Policy framework for adoption of bring your own device (BYOD) by institutions in Nigeria
Mobile computing makes access to data and services available anytime and anywhere. Mobile devices according to studies are known to be more vulnerable compared to laptops and PCs due to their small size, mobility and general lack of protection against viruses and malware. The use of these devices therefore can impact negatively on corporate networks unless properly and effectively managed....
Published at International Journal of Control Theory and Applications
Published in 2016
Oluranti Jonathan, Sanjay MIsra
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