BYOD, the familiar acronym for the “bring your own device” phenomenon, is increasingly gaining support in many industries in the US. Many companies are allowing employees to choose their laptops and use their own smart phones and tablets at work in support of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs.
Tons of organizations are beginning to see the benefits BYOD has to offer and have already embraced or are considering BYOD implementation. With the many benefits as described in 7 Benefits of BYOD on Enterprise Wireless Networks it’s easy to see why the welcoming of BYOD in the workplace will only continue to accelerate.This infographic below illustrates research conducted by SAP and NetBase revealing some of the pros and cons of BYOD. Some of these stats will definitely surprise you!
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So, are you for or against BYOD policies?
The demand for mobile devices on enterprise wireless networks will continue to accelerate and organizations will continue to be faced with increasing pressure to allow BYOD (bring your own device) or corporate-liable devices on their secure wireless network. Wireless network security and the overload of mobile devices on the wireless network system are some of the main concerns for many companies. That's where we can help.
Here at SecurEdge Networks, we are experts in building completely secure enterprise wireless networks and always plan for the future of mobile devices. If you have any questions or would like a free consultation contact us here or download one of our free resources. Good luck!