BYO PC is bigger than you think

A lot has been said about BYOD, but BYO PC is a trend that has arguably been going on for a lot longer. If someone uses their own smartphone or tablet at work, what is the likelihood of them wanting to use their own PC?

A lot has been said about BYOD, but BYO PC is a trend that has arguably been going on for a lot longer. Consumers had access to PCs long before the advent and mass market uptake of smartphones and tablets, and it has not been unusual to find people using them for work – sending documents to a personal email address to catch up on the to-do list in the evening or over the weekend is perhaps the most typical scenario. It has also become apparent that some employees physically bring their own laptop into the office, and many companies are encouraging this behaviour by providing employees with stipends or allowances to go out and choose the PC that they want to do their jobs.

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