Control is always an issue for corporate IT. End users have a tendency to treat their office computers as their own property and not as a corporate resource. This means that end users will often try to install software on their own, download content that isn’t business appropriate, and take actions that expose the computers to external threats. Beyond causing problems for IT, there is also the potential for business liability in the way that end users utilize an unrestricted computer. Ranging from regulatory compliance issues to simple misuse of corporate data, the potential liability of unfettered computer use can be significant.