A feasibility study of implementing a bring-your-own-computing-device policy
Carideo, Jeffrey W.
Walker, Timothy P.
Williams, Jason C.
Brinkley, Douglas E.
Landry, Steven P.
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Our team conducted an information technology study on the feasibility of reduction of hardware and software procurement expenditures at the Naval Postgraduate School, Graduate School of Business and Public Policy (GSBPP). The objectives were to calculate the total cost of the GSBPPs current expenditures, develop alternative hardware and software procurement plans, and measure these costs against the alternative plan of implementing a bring-your-own-device policy for economic, operational, and technical feasibility.
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