KLM: Letting Outside Tech In

The Dutch airline is weaving software and hardware designed for consumers into the fabric of its corporate systems

Like many corporations, KLM found itself in a consumer-tech Catch-22. Tech-handy employees wanted to use their own gear and software at work—a tendency that can compromise network security. But the encroachment of consumer tech in the workplace can also foster innovation and productivity.

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