Bring your own device (BYOD): managing the chaos

Supplied by SolarWinds Software Asia Pte Ltd on Wednesday, 31 October, 2012


Enterprise computing as we know it is facing a dimensional shift with the widespread diffusion of the BYOD (bring your own device) phenomenon. BYOD is the latest trend where employees bring their personally owned mobile devices, smartphones and tablets to their place of work and use these devices to access files, email and many other network applications.

While this may be a boon towards mobilising the enterprise and gaining higher employee productivity, this is a bet that needs to be well thought out before implementation. With the right tools and policies, BYOD can benefit businesses and employees alike in developing a more conducive and productive work environment but can be a challenge for IT departments in terms of protecting secure data.

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