Monday July 6, 2020

Is BYOD a tired term?

Letting users choose their own devices needs strong mobile device management

6th March, 2016
Bob Murray, chairman of Evros Technology Group

Never the most friendly bit of jargon, BYOD may be plain language, but an acronym that is not pronounceable fails the popularity test. Bring Your Own Device today is in many respects also a tired term, because it arose in the early days of smartphones when the technical challenge was the proliferation of brands, models, operating systems and screen sizes. There were potential issues with the connection protocols, the content presentation and other factors.


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