Inside IT: Best Practices for Enabling Employee-Owned Wearables in the Enterprise

December 22nd, 2014 | | 7:22
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IT Best Practices: Episode 90 – It seems as if wearables have appeared almost overnight. It’s a new area for people to use technology to enhance their lives, particularly around personal health and fitness. And it’s a new area for IT to support and manage. At Intel, David Byrne is one person paying close attention to this technology in its infancy. He’s a mobility specialist in the Intel IT engineering group. In this podcast he talks about the increased wearable use by employees, how Intel IT is developing best practices to help support their use in the enterprise, and the business opportunities wearables present.

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