34% Of IT Pros Have “Bring Your Own Device” Policies In Place Now, According To New InformationWeek Reports Research

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50% say allowing application access via any device, anywhere is a top driver for use of alternative application delivery, but methods to actually provide that access vary.

SAN FRANCISCO — InformationWeek Reports (http://reports.informationweek.com), a service provider for peer-based IT research and analysis, announced the release of its latest research report. Anywhere, Anytime App Delivery encompasses analysis of results from InformationWeek’s recent 2012 Alternative Application Delivery Survey and guides readers in securely delivering the applications employees need, no matter where they are or what devices they’re equipped with. Nearly 500 IT pros weighed in on how they efficiently accomplish this; for 66%, the browser is the preferred architecture, but the biggest surprise was the popularity of application virtualization, which is in widespread use by 35% of respondents.


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