IT has access to a lot of information about the company and its employees. That means IT can be a valuable asset when a manager wants to investigate a member of his or her staff. But too much snooping can lead to a violation of employees’ privacy.
When deciding on a mobile strategy, here are three hidden costs of BYOD companies need to consider.
Here’s another sign companies will have to adapt to IT consumerization and support BYOD programs whether they want to or not: Younger employees entering the workforce might decide not to take a job in which they can’t use their own personal devices.
Most IT departments are already under a lot of stress, and now it seems they’ll have another big headache to deal with.
Many companies have started coming up with policies regulating employees’ use of personal gadgets for work purposes. But whether there’s a policy or not, employees are using their personal devices.
IT managers are often stuck trying to balance users’ technical wants with their own needs to keep the company secure and run an efficient department.
Many businesses balk at the idea of letting employees access company data on personal computing devices. But one group is actually recommending the practice as a way to save money.