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What do you know about the benefits and drawbacks of bring your own cloud?

Test your knowledge of the benefits and drawbacks of the bring your own cloud trend with this six-question quiz!

Bring your own cloud (BYOC) is a trend where employees use personal cloud services for work-related purposes. Personal clouds are often used for storage, email, calendar and other collaborative applications. Bring your own cloud is largely driven by workers, and there are many incentives and benefits for workers to use. The trend also presents possible benefits for companies, although many employers are more concerned about the drawbacks. But like it or not, BYOC is probably happening in your workplace. Test your knowledge of the incentives and drawbacks of bring your own cloud.

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This was last published in October 2014

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