March 08, 2018
The Latest on BYOD in Business
Bring your own device (BYOD) solutions have become commonplace within the enterprise, and there are no signs of things slowing down anytime soon. Despite common concerns about internal governance, security breaches, and device management, the pros of BYOD definitely outweigh the cons. For instance, a study from Sapho found that the average employee saves 81 minutes a week by simply bringing their own device to work.
From opportunities for better work/life management to reduced capital expenditure for businesses, BYOD has plenty to offer early adopters. The key to success, of course, is choosing the correct strategy for implementation.
What is BYOD?
As many IT experts struggle to keep up with today’s agile, digitally transforming enterprise, many have begun to empower the workforce through the “consumerisation” of IT. And this includes things like “bring your own technology” initiatives. As staff members continue to crave the biggest and best technology for their roles, BYOD is the difference between having to figure out how to use a company typewriter and being able to download your own preferred program through a SaaS model.
Find out how mobilityView can reduce the Total Cost of Ownership by 70% in a traditional deployment (Company Owned Phone & Company Paid), a hybrid scenario; or BYOD scenario.