HP: No plans to offer a BYOD program since using competitors' products would be 'embarrassing'

HP: No plans to offer a BYOD program since using competitors' products would be 'embarrassing'

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Last month, HP CEO Meg Whitman said her company has to “ultimately offer a smartphone.” Well, she better act fast, as apparently HP only wants its employees to use their products: there’s no bring your own device (BYOD) program in sight. The reason? HP executives would find it humiliating to...
HP: No plans to offer a BYOD program since using competitors' products would be 'embarrassing'
                                       

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