BYOD success

Opinion Paper

Opinion Paper | BYOD success


Bring your own device (BYOD) policies continue to gain strength in corporate Australia due to the explosion in more user-friendly, fashionable smartphones and tablets, and the proliferation of applications delivered over faster mobile networks. So what steps should organisations take to ensure they make the right decision? We believe a cost–benefit analysis is a crucial first step to determine if they should proceed with a BYOD policy. The organisation's analysis should also cover whether the policy is in line with broader organisational priorities such as the need to recruit talented younger workers who expect to use personal devices at work.



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