Myth #2 = I can’t implement a BYOD solution because I have compliance concerns
This is the second in a series of blog posts that seek to dispel commonly-held myths about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).
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Myth #1 = BYOD is too difficult to implement.
Bring Your Own Device...it sounds like a very simple idea. However, thanks to a number of misconceptions, it also sounds incredibly scary to a lot of IT managers and CIOs. Here are some of the common fallacies about BYOD and the truth behind the rumors.
How BYOD can help your business compete
Forward-looking companies recognize that a more mobile workforce is a business necessity — and bring your own device (BYOD) programs are quickly becoming a cornerstone of their mobile agenda. But BYOD has challenges that need to be addressed to ensure maximum results.
Ten Simple Steps to BYOD Success
For companies looking to increase employee productivity, decrease telephony costs, and improve satisfaction, a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program is an obvious choice. But implementing it can come with challenges.
CIO Review Selects Movius as one of the 20 Most Promising BYOD Providers of 2016
CIOReview has just announced its 20 most promising BYOD solution providers for 2016, and all of us here at Movius are thrilled to be included on the list.