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BYOD - Bring Your Own Device - is making waves again in IT, and not for the reasons you’d think. The hassles of interoperability and security, while far from gone, have largely been solved by today’s tech-heads… and worker attention is moving the ‘what’ to the ‘how’. Workers are coming up with new ideas, new methods, and new approaches to working together. In two words, it’s collaboration innovation.
What kind of innovation is involved? It’s about seeing the strengths and advantages of each device, whatever that device is. It’s about understanding different modes of interaction in today’s workplace, and loose-linked workgroups coming together using technologies they tacitly agree are best for the job. A key principle is that it’s being driven by the workers themselves...not always the IT department.
This infographic reviews the current numbers around the BYOD revolution, so you can get a grip on just how many companies are facing the challenges you face. Let’s review the BYOD collaboration scene.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) FACTS
… EVEN IF THEY SHOULDN’T,
WORKERS ARE DOING IT ANYWAY
For the first time,
MOST I.T. LEADERS SEE BYOD
AS AN OPPORTUNITY...
BYOD is a
...and has quadrupled
in size in 4 years.
“BYOD is reshaping the
of decision makers
today think it’s a
of people use own
devices at work
regardless of policy.
Over half have
using a device
nearly ONE HOUR
It’s becoming NORMAL for people
to collaborate on work with their
(That’s up to 150bn by 2020.)
“Recently, it has turned into an
“In the UK, freelancing has grown
by 14% in the last decade.”
- Ben R Matthews
use a smartphone
or tablet as their
device at work.
The rise of CONTRACT WORKERS is
driving up BYOD adoption.
These workers rose
from 42% to 46% of
the workforce in the
Employers are REQUIRING collaboration
on worker-owned devices.
BY 2017, HALF
of employers will
THE CORPORATE Wireless Local Area
Network IS BECOMING OBSOLETE.
For an emerging class of workers,
using their own device to
collaborate is THE BEST OPTION.
300%more connectivity in
wireless access points
collaboration no longer
Even basic BYOD delivers
US$350value per worker per year.
GROWTH IS IN ASIA.
And it’s not just a US and EU story…
part of the push.
Let’s collaborate on your BYOD solution.
Talk to Arkadin
1. BYOD is becoming a normal and expected means of collaboration
2. Most collaboration today happens outside the WLAN
3. Workers are BYOD’ing even when it’s against regulations
4. The more devices you support, the more people collaborate
(Markets & Markets)