Not a design issue - use at own risk Could ask the same with any 3G connection or wifi connection you might use in the city or your house>? As I understand it - yes that will be the case - use at own risk. Networks are very well setup with a shit load of firewalls controlling everything. Put it this way - I have worked for nab wholesale and retail... retail's network was insane... this one here is even better! Not bad for RMIT. In general - the BYOD is never supported by internal IT, and that will be the case here as well. Currently users connect to a wireless network anyway to access set functions like printing and internet. Of course the only diff here is that those same people can download and install the Citrix client, then be able to access a VDI with a volatile hard disk so anything they setup is destroyed when they log out Plus also access streamed applications and XenApp.