The Secret To Having A Successful BYOD Rollout

The Many Benefits Of BYOD

Steven Lerner

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Rolling out a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy makes sense for many organizations. In fact, 57% of employees worldwide are accessing enterprise data on personal devices. The BYOD market, which was worth $181.39 billion in 2017, is projected to double by 2022.

There are numerous benefits for adopting a BYOD policy, including higher productivity. Using a personal device for work saves employees 58 minutes each day, which results in a 34% increase in work productivity. Over half of all employees feel more productive when they use their personal devices for work. Hardware upgrades are also easier for employees who are using their own technology.

BYOD offers better results at lower costs. Enterprises that incorporate BYOD policies often benefit from lower hardware and management expenses. BYOD also decreases help desk requests since employees are more likely to resolve issues on their own devices. In fact, the average annual cost savings for having a BYOD policy is over $3,000 per employee.

Despite the inherit advantages of BYOD, there could also be several struggles, including with security. Overcoming these challenges will make or break a BYOD program.

Download this report to learn:

  • The best practices for achieving a favorable outcome with BYOD
  • Use cases and examples of using BYOD to drive a strategic competitive advantage
  • The importance of an efficient mobile app testing process and policy guidelines to ensure that business and user expectations are met