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Within the first volume, published in 2014, Bring Your Own Device was a discussion of a common business concern from a cultural and organizational perspective.

Theme: current and potential business impacts of enabling smartphones, tablets, computers, and any other device that goes under the label "Internet of Things" - IoT.

Seven years later, the subtheme in that book "and any device that you do not really control" is extended to the current (and forecast) devices scenario, and integrating also Edge computing (both "dumb" and "smart") and data privacy.

Focus: knowledge- and information-management beyond your corporate boundaries.

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(book published on 2021-12-29)

CONTENTS

A Caveat ... I
Foreword and Warning ... V

1 Rethinking BYOD ... 7
1.1. Why BYOD is still relevant ... 7
1.2 Systemic perspectives ... 13
1.3 Ecosystem of ecosystems ... 20
1.4 Pervasive overlapping systemic computing ... 25

2 Tomorrow revisited ... 31
2.1 When technology becomes magic ... 31
2.2 Broadband and Edge computing ... 37
2.3 Essentials of a dynamic security policy ... 42

3 Individual dimension ... 49
3.1 Individual, not personal ... 49
3.2 You are the device: privacy at the Edge ... 53
4 Organizational dimensions ... 57
4.1 Organizational, not corporate 57
4.2 Losing control, gaining information ... 61

5 Socio-political dimensions ... 69
5.1 Socio-political integration of individual and organizational ... 69
5.2 Thinking at the Edge ... 73
5.3 The orchestra conductor ... 77

6 Tomorrow - again ... 82
6.1 Summary, not conclusions ... 82