What's next for BYOD

The Bring your own device concept is evolving and this year we will see organisations, of all sizes, move beyond device management.

BYOD was the buzzword of 2012, it was used by vendors, media, analysts and mobile specialists as a label to describe a shift and evolution in the way people work from personal IT equipment. The term is now commonplace in most IT, HR and management meetings. It’s also one of the first terms brought up when people talk about the future of work in Australia and the way personal device technology can pose risks to organisations, as well as improve productivity across workforces.

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