One of these pieces* will seek to tick off the assorted mobile devices that feature in our working lives and try to explain best practice for employing them at work.
I want to talk to companies about their attitudes and policies towards different electronic devices. I'm not interested in getting lectures from the IT industry, but do want tales of security policies and the like that have been formed from hard experience. I aim to present this story as a list of practical observations.
The second article will be a short case study looking at how one specific business has approached the BYOD dilemma.
I want to hear from anyone who has a company that thinks its approach to BYOD and any associated security policy works well. This example can be from anywhere on the planet. No, I don't want to look at an IT business. Techies talking about how they employ tech is of no interest to the vast majority of my readers.
*Managing mobile devices. Smartphones, tablets and personal notebook PCs are now part of most companies' IT infrastructure. How should a company go about managing these devices and ensuring they are able to maintain a security policy?
My deadline for both of these articles is mid-November, so I aim to complete all interviews by close of play on Tuesday 12 November.