Corporate versus Employee-liable

Every company that uses mobile devices as business tools is faced with this dilemma: purchase mobile devices under the corporate account (corporate-liable units [CLU]), or allow employees to purchase their own (employee-liable units [ELU]). To alleviate the management issues, some companies have opted for ELUs. But there is a danger in using ELUs as company business tools. Find out more.
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