InfoWorld May 4, 2012 May 7, 2012,
Volume 171, Issue 2
"When I talk to IT pros about the proliferation of user technology, aka consumerization, it doesn't take long before the subject of remote wipe comes up. It's become almost a checklist item in any company that supports BYOD and increasingly for those who supply mobile devices. After all, regardless of who buys the device, it may contain corporate secrets that need to be kept away from prying eyes. As OS X Lion and Windows 8 bring remote-wipe capabilities to desktop computers, I'm sure we'll see IT begin to apply it to employees' home and work PCs as well..."