BYOD and UC: The Pros and Cons of BYOD Integration
When it comes right down to it BYOD may not be right for every business. So is BYOD integration right for you? Find out in this article.
Unified communications has set off a bring-your-own-device () movement by allowing employees to use their personal devices for work. For many companies this is beneficial, but it also carries risks for network integrity and employee security awareness. Mark Sher
This means businesses want to bring BYOD into the workplace but are also concerned they may face security issues down the line. What’s more, businesses that want a BYOD integration for their business may need to implement unified communications as well.
So is BYOD right for your business? If you want to know keep reading. Sher discusses this further in his article found on Intermedia.
Who Should Read This Article
Are you considering adding BYOD to your business mix? Then check out this article to learn all the pros and cons of integration.
What You Will Learn
Mark Sher breaks down the pros and cons of BYOD into two lists, shedding light on areas including:
- Employee satisfaction
When it comes right down to it BYOD may not be right for every business. Weighing the pros and cons will help you make a choice on whether or not BYOD integration is right for you.