More companies are creating Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies since remote workers and employees are upgrading their personal technology with the newest smartphones and tablets. This can dramatically cut down on your company’s hardware costs, since workers can use their own devices for work and personal purposes. However, BYOD environments can quickly disintegrate when… Continue reading 4 Ways to Enhance Data Security in a BYOD Environment
Desktop and laptop computers have long been incorporated into the work environment. With the device landscape having been expanded by substantial degrees in recent years, mobile phones and tablets are being added to the list of gadgets plugged into the office environment. The bring your own device (BYOD) movement encourages employees to use the technological… Continue reading BYOD policies in the public sector: challenges and best practices
The rise of gadgets easily available to the workforce combined with the growing trend towards mobile offices (unless you work at Yahoo, of course) has made the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) a common practice in business, particularly for small businesses. It saves money. People are more comfortable using devices of their choosing. It’s practical almost all the… Continue reading Is BYOD the unstoppable flaw in small business tech?
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is quickly becoming the new norm in business. In fact, 75% of all businesses already allow their employees to connect their personal devices to their business network, and while this accounts for many happy workers, it can also make things complicated. The milestone of 15 billion network connected devices is… Continue reading BYOD: The truth about telecom expense management