First, let’s say your organization has confidential data — Social Security numbers, credit card transactions, customer sales information, anything like that. Would you rather keep it in your data center or have it sitting on a user’s laptop?
That’s easy: You want it safe in the data center. But that makes the data much less convenient to an employee who might have used it to analyze a trend, identify fraud or close a sale. It’s a trade-off; to put that data to its best use, you might have to give up some control and entrust that user with the data. … Go to source