• Predictions of BYOD 2014

    Last year, many companies experimented with bring your own device, or BYOD, policies. While employees enjoyed being able to use their own phones and BYOD has been relatively successful, technological developments will ensure the success of BYOD in 2014. Some emerging technologies can help companies implement BYOD in 2014 with fewer hassles than previous years created. One technology that can […]
  • Over fifty percent of the companies will adopt BYOD in 2017

    Gartner predicts that over fifty percent of companies will adopt BYOD by 2017. A glance at the BYOD trends for 2014 reveals that BYOD will be gaining traction in spite of all odds. If the predictions come true, most of the companies will stop providing their employees with computing devices. BYOD according to IT experts improves employee satisfaction and at […]
  • Is the newly fangled MDM software the BYOD killer

    BYOD has been very popular among businesses as well as the employees for its benevolence. While the companies enjoyed increased productivity, reduced expenses, and complete control over its workforce, the employees enjoyed their freedom at work and the convenience of using their personal devices to accomplish official tasks. For the past two years, BYOD experienced immense growth, especially, among the […]
  • Integrating CRM with enterprise level mobile apps can be beneficial to businesses

    Mobile phones are considered as one of the most direct avenues of marketing products and services by contemporary marketers. In fact, smart mobile devices have a great impact on the way businesses keep their customer informed. When it comes to addressing the issues or providing customers with what they expect, CRM plays a major role in determining the expectations of […]
  • Which is better BYOD or CYOD?

    If you are overwhelmed by the number of new terms evolving in the mobile market, do not be stirred. It is worthwhile to have a glance at the upcoming strategies and analyze them in order to reap the benefits. Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) is the latest term coined by Aaron Goldberg, a popular industry and marketing strategy analyst. At the […]
  • The past, present, and future of BYOD

    BYOD in the past Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has been in vogue in the industry for quite some time. A few years ago, only the executives and top management staff were permitted to use their personal devices for official purposes. Employees were often filled with awe to see officials using their personal devices in the offices. In fact, using […]
  • Will allowing text message communication among employees increase productivity in the workplace?

    The idea of increasing productivity among employees through mobility is widely accepted among big corporations and small businesses alike. Communication among members of a distributed workforce is definitely made much easier with all the modern mobility solutions. Mobile communication is an umbrella term. Does text message communication in particular help in increasing productivity among employees? Or does it distract employees […]
  • Productivity Vs Security

    The new debate with BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) The default Blackberry days for the executives have now evolved to employee owned smart phones and tablets that they use for both personal and business reasons (The acronym for this phenomenon being BYOD – Bring Your Own Device). Allowing employees, guests, contractors and fieldworkers to work anytime, from anywhere, no doubt contributes […]