Thursday, November 8th, 2012

As organisations increasingly adopt a BYOD policy in the workplace, IT departments are realising that a 'wait-and-see' approach may no longer be viable.

- The global number of users bringing their own devices into enterprises will more than double by 2014, to 350 million*
- 32% of organisations are providing technical support for employee-owned smartphones**
- 37% of organisations are providing support for personal tablets**
- 44% of organisations are supporting employee-owned laptops**

A BYOD policy can range from minimal support for personal devices to formal, written agreements detailing which devices and applications can be used. As such, organisations will need to consider 5 main aspects before deciding whether or not to adopt a BYOD policy.

This whitepaper explores these considerations and how they may impact an organisation’s decision to engage in a BYOD policy.

*Financial Review
**Future of Work Enabled

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