Thursday July 2, 2020

The known unknowns

BYOD is still far from mainstream, and Liam Halpin of Dell Ireland doesn’t expect that to change soon

1st February, 2015

Despite the plethora of devices on the market and increasing demands from a young, tech savvy workforce, bring your own device (BYOD) policies are still unpopular among Irish businesses.

Connected’s study of IT use in retail and professional services businesses, which was conducted in association with Vodafone and Red C, found that only 44 per cent of businesses allowed employees to use either their own devi`ces or a mix of personal and work devices for...

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