Bring Your Own DevicesPosted in : Templates and Checklists ROI on 4 July 2014
Bring Your Own Device is often dubbed Bring Your Own Disaster but it’s a hot topic and increasing trend among business. According to research, on average 15% of all IT helpdesk support tickets last year were relating to mobile devices. Even if you don’t want your employees using their mobile devices the facts are that 13% of employees still use their own devices anyway.
Predictions are that every employee will be connected to at least 6 devices by 2018! This means that organisations may have no choice but to put BYOD policies in place or risk losing control of confidential business information.
The Employment Team at Leman have prepared a handy checklist for employers on the matters that
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