It?s small wonder that the consumerization of IT is a key trend for chief financial officers. The powerful upside of employees? use of their own mobile devices and laptops in the office is increased productivity that can help build the balance sheet. The downside is just as dramatic: Much of the information employees freely share is copyright-protected. When it is used without permission, employees are infringing. In this swipe-and-tap world, copyright infringement is easier than ever and exposes companies to greater risk. Here are three tips to help you control costs and reduce your company?s exposure to costly infringement litigation as you position it for growth.
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