B Y O D
BYOD also known as Bring Your Own Device is a term used to describe the policy of allowing employees to use personally owned mobile devices i.e. laptops, smart phones and tablets, in their place of work for accessing company information and applications.
In 2012, 71% of companies stated that they supported
and/or tolerated BYOD.
Only 29% of companies said they had forbidden BYOD.
From 2012, the number of tablets that companies offer their employees will increase by 50% a year.
The number of connected devices per employee will be 3.3 in 2014
40% of devices used to IT groups typically
access business underestimated by
applications are 50%
consumer-owned, the proportion of
up from employees using
30% their own
12 2010 devices for
69% Of those who use tablets do so to read and write e-mail.
67% Of those who use tablets carry out distance working.
73% Of those who use tablets at the workplace surf the web.
50% Of companies that apply BYOD have the employees bear all
costs for this
43% Of companies have unveiled a BYOD security strategy.
Those who use mobile In 2011, 53% of businesses
devices for both work and had seen productivity
personal matters put in 240 improvements of more than
more hours a year than 10% thanks to the use of
those who do not. personal devices at work.
16% of business reported
increases of more than 30%.
In 2012, a full 51% of the UK's secure IT networks were breached due to employees using personal devices.
Smaller businesses experienced 25% fewer breaches of security compared to larger organizations.
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