consumerisation of IT in pictures
Employees who are happy with workplace IT are one-third less likely to leave their company, according to a Deloitte study commissioned by Google.
Fairfax, Toyota and an Australian government agency described limited bring-your-own-device (BYOD) rollouts in a panel at the CeBIT Enterprise Mobility conference in Sydney.
Offering employees a choice of approved devices may provide more control for IT compared to allowing them to bring any smartphone or tablet they want.
The NRL expects to win “massive cost savings” from a new bring your own device (BYOD) strategy, according to the rugby league’s IT manager, Maurice Veliz.
BlackBerry seeks to win back Australian business from rivals after a late realisation that it must adapt to the growing trend of bring your own device (BYOD), BlackBerry executives said at the BlackBerry 10 launch in Australia.
It's a good bet you don't know how much your company is spending on all those bring-your-own-device smartphones and tablets. Even worse, it's probably too much, says a mobility management expert.
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