What does BYOD mean to your organization? That's a question that INC.com posed to several leaders in the BYOD/BYOA space - including our own Joe Moriarty, vice president of marketing for Content Raven.
“Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) is a practice that is increasingly becoming the norm in many offices. But just like any major change in the workplace, it helps to go consider important points about these changes, and set clear boundaries early in the process.
With increased use of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in the workplace, more organizations are eliminating their contracts and allowing their employees to use their own devices at work. For example, employees with a work-related cell phone needs can carry their own contracts and receive a stipend based on anticipated business use of their personal devices.