BYOD - bring your own device
Mobile technology – from laptops to smartphones and tablets to e-readers – has changed how we do business. The consumerization of mobile devices means every user has a unique mobile demand. Field teams need reliable access from anywhere at any time. Office workers want to stay connected and productive outside normal business hours.
This, of course, is BYOD (bring your own device), and it’s more popular than ever before. Today’s mobile workforce benefits from easier collaboration, better tools and increased popularity – which is why remote teams and enterprise mobility are so popular. All of this means improved business performance and reduced infrastructure costs – but as so many businesses rush to take advantage, they forget one key thing in their BYOD strategy: security. A well-thought-out BYOD policy improves your business security while allowing you to accommodate your employees’ digital expectations. This way, you can make the most out of mobile without the BYOD security risks attached.
Technology has made society incredibly mobile, and that mobility has now transferred into the workplace. If your internal IT team is constantly focusing on the ever-increasing needs of your staff’s mobile devices, they simply won’t have the ability to invest their time in innovative solutions to move your business forward through technology.
Computer programmers write and test the code that allows computer applications and programs to function. They may translate the designs of software developers and engineers into workable code. They may also update or expand the code of existing programs. Or, they may test programs for errors, finding and resolving faulty lines of code.
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If you are accustomed to working on a desktop computer, at a traditional fixed workstation, the idea of using your own device for work might seem a little strange. That said, the number of people who incorporate their personal devices into their professional lives has steadily increased since the advent of smartphones, laptops and tablets.