CIO — Why are pirates called "pirates"? Because they just aaaargh! (OK, my niece told me that one, and it's better when she tells it.) This is a cheesy way for me to say that pirates are a good metaphor for BYOD, because confidential data theft is public enemy number 1 for CIOs setting sail for BYOD.
In fact, in many of my stories I've described CIOs as navigating BYOD's troubled waters or making a journey to an undiscovered country with dangers lurking at every turn. Truth be told, BYOD is risky business. Here's a slideshow that shows you what I mean: 12 BYOD Disaster Scenarios.
In July, TEKsystems seemed to agree and created a video called "Navigating Through BYOD: Bring Your Own Device." It touches on a lot of the complex issues CIOs face when implementing a BYOD program, but does so in a very simple way. You're aboard a cartoonish Old World sailing ship embarking on a journey of exploration, one wrought with dangers.