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BYOG (bring your own glasses) will bring headaches for IT

The trickle of smart glasses entering enterprises on the faces of employees this year will become a flood in the years ahead.

As the use of smart glasses becomes more ubiquitous in the workplace, the challenges for IT departments and, indeed, for enterprises generally will grow.

And while the future of smart glasses is just now coming into focus, the unexpected consequences of this trend remain unclear.

What I believe is certain is that smart glasses are coming, they’re going mainstream, and very few organizations are ready for what’s coming. Let’s take a look.

Apple Glasses

In order to go mainstream, smart glasses have to look like ordinary eyewear. Apple is working on smart glasses designed to go mainstream.

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