5 Factors Of A Successful BYOD Strategy

Freedom Of Choice

While it's easy to think of a BYOD implementation as a company shifting the hardware cost and risk to the employee, a larger, perhaps less tangible, benefit comes in terms of productivity gain. This is due, in part, to the idea that employees using their respective devices to work and communicate have a tendency to be more content, because it can be assumed that they both like these devices, or they wouldn't have purchased them, and are more comfortable and familiar with them. And if those devices happen to be smartphones or other ultra-mobiles, employees are also more likely to have the devices with them outside the 9-to-5.

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