Wells Fargo Says No to Personal Smartphones and Tablets, Period

Monday Mar 7th 2011 by Datamation.com Staff

The firm bucks the trend toward consumerization in the enterprise.

NetworkWorld: A growing number of enterprises have begun allowing employees to use their personal mobile devices for work--but not Wells Fargo. Although the financial industry giant does issue company-owned smartphones and iPads to some employees, it does not allow staffers to use personal devices to access the corporate networks--ever.

"They can't connect them to our networks," says company CIO Wayne Mekjian. "We won't let them in."

Wells Fargo says it is bucking the trend toward consumerization because of security concerns.

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