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Mobile Working: BYOD at centre of perfect storm

The predominant trend is for businesses to adopt a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) strategy, according to Gary Disley, marketing director for business in Eircom.

6th July, 2013

The predominant trend is for businesses to adopt a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) strategy, according to Gary Disley, marketing director for business in Eircom.

As evidence, he cited the fact that one-third of Eircom/eMobile's connections to business are Sim-only. "That says employees are using their own devices, even though the company is paying for the plan," he said.

Down the road, he said, he expected to see innovations come to market that were...

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