The line between workspace and personal space is gradually blurring due to the constant connectivity provided by technology, and increasingly businesses are looking at BYOD – Bring-Your-Own-Device – policies to allow employees to use their own personal devices for work. In fact, research and advisory firm Gartner has predicted that by 2017 at least 50 percent of white collar workers in the United States will be part of the BYOD movement.
But how does a company implement one? Here’s an infographic that explores the various issues surrounding BYOD, the concerns and recommendations that businesses should consider when putting a BYOD policy together.
[Infographic credit: StudyWeb.com]