Cost-effectiveness is among benefits of BYOD programs

11/19/2012 | CampusTechnology.com

For colleges without room in their budgets to provide mobile devices for their students, bring-your-own-device programs offer a cost-effective option. Cost -- and students' familiarity with the devices -- are among the benefits of such programs. Negatives, however, include differences in students' access to such devices, as well as in operating systems and IT service levels.

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