There is a new workplace movement afoot that may seem almost counterintuitive to some employers. It’s called BYOD (bring your own device). It is sometimes called by a fancier name – “Mobile Enterprise Management.”
Basically, it’s a work policy that permits employees to bring their own smartphones, laptops and/or tablets to their workplace. Employees would then use these devices to access proprietary company data and applications. This practice has its pros and cons, its fans and its foes – but it is gathering speed.
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