What's BYOD?

      A walkthrough B.Y.O.D (Bring Your Own Device) policy

-Our world is changing way to fast, look around and you will see the workplace changing 
with it, tied to our desk and the nine to five hours workday have vanished; now the world is our office workers now collaborate anytime, anywhere, making real-time decisions thanks to smartphones and tablets we are about to pass one billion smart devices purchased, worldwide, 80% of employees are now using personal devices in the workplace, that means hundreds of millions of employees using smart devices globally or nearly ten times the population of Australia so welcome to the era of Bring Your Own Device B.Y.O.D.

-The most  radical shift in business hardware, since computers invaded the workplace in the ’70s, mobiles are the new enterprise platform overtaking computers as the most common tool for web access and business usage si its no surprise that a solid B.Y.O.D strategy is said to be the number one priority in the business world over the next years to come now businesses are looking to increase productivity by engaging with employees through the choice of devices, operating systems, and network.

Everything digital is now mobile, computers, software, cloud, internet and social media
Cloud-based services empowers device and location independence; the cloud now is the key to your office allowing devices access to business, critical data from corporate networks securely; anywhere and anytime.

So How does BYOD work?

-BYOD represents an opportunity between employees and employers. Typically, an organization will develop a BYOD policy that addresses security concerns, the types of allowable devices and other important considerations. Employees should read and understand their employer's policy before agreeing to it.
In some cases, the employer may require that employees install specific applications on their device. The employer may install security measures on devices used to access sensitive company data. For example, some organizations require software that wipes corporate data if it detects potential tampering.
It is also common for policies to give employers remote access to their employees' devices. Employees may prefer a more distinct break between their office and home lives. In that case, they may prefer to have one device for work and another for personal use.

Updates about B.Y.O.D

-Organizations have accepted B.Y.O.D as inevitable and implanted policies addressing security, governance and compliance, businesses are regaining control through the use of implementation of mobility management solution which provides the necessary report and safeguards for visibility and cost control the right mobility management solution simplifies your B.Y.O.D strategy it keeps an eye on your day-to-day business so you can look to the future allowing the agility you need to engage your customers;

- and finally, Companies will likely need to implement a BYOD policy, even if they provide employees with a second device. Inevitably, employees will use their personal devices to access company data, even if it is against the policy. It's better to have security options in place to mitigate risks.

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