Everyone is talking about BYOD (bring your own device) or BYOT (Technology) or BYOP (phone) or BYOPC (personal computer) but what does it mean to you and your business.? CALL TODAY: 505.899.4492
Basically, as employees more often than not have smart technology of their own including phones, tablets and PCs, more and more employees are looking to simplify their lives and work from one or two devices for both work and their personal needs.
At first glance, it sounds like a no-brainer for a business owner as it would reduce the need for the business to purchase additional devices for the team and could even make it more likely that workers will work from home as well as in the office.
Worker empowerment and efficiency and positive work culture factors are certainly valid motivators for a transition to a BYOD workplace, however, it is important to have a handle on factors such as the delineation of personal and work data and applications as well as contingencies in place for lost or stolen devices.
Allied Communication has been at the forefront of the BYOD movement and can guide you through the process to make a transition to BYOD a win for both the firm and the employees.