Brooklyn, NY, June 22, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- QYResearchReports.com has added a new market study, titled “Global Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Market 2016 Industry Research Report,” to its expanding repository of research reports. The report looks into the various aspects of consumerization of IT practices, the phenomenon that involves blending of technology devices and applications for personal use and business use for improved employee productivity. The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) culture is an example of the larger consumerization of IT, which is being discussed in this report.
The report points out the reasons why consumerization of IT and its ancillary practices, such as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), have been trending over the past few years. Consumerization of IT is steered by employees who bring their own computing devices, use their personal online service subscriptions, install their own applications, and find creative ways to connect to secure corporate networks. While in most cases this is done with the organization’s knowledge or approval, there are exceptions to this trend. The consumerization of IT and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), which is a small part of the larger trend, are among the most disruptive trends that could offer outstanding business benefits.
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At the same time, when employees use personal devices at workplaces security, could become a concern for IT departments. To address this, many organizations that allow employees to bring their own devices have a clearly laid out Bring Your Own Device security policy that outlines the company’s position and governance code to assist IT in managing these devices better. It ensures network security is not put at risk with employees using their own personal devices at the workplace. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) security is addressed by having the IT departments give detailed security specifications for all personal devices that are used at workplaces and are connected to the corporate network. For instance, the IT department may require devices to be password protected, prohibit specific applications to be installed, or require all data on these devices to be encrypted. Limited access to non-work related portals, web applications, and personal email accounts are some other Bring Your Own Device security policies that employees need to adhere to while using personal devices at workplaces. Periodic IT audits are also carried out to ensure that devices comply with the organization’s Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) security policy.
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The report on the global Bring Your Own Device industry has been compiled after an extensive research phase. Analysts used proprietary databases of accredited agencies for data collection and data scrutiny thereafter. Based on indices of growth in the past and currently, projections are made for how the BYOD industry will rise in the future. The analysis of the global Bring Your Own Device industry’s development is presented both textually and pictorially in this report.
The report mentions top companies that are involved in the global BYOD industry. These are IBM, AirWatch, Cisco Systems, IPASS, BlueBox, SAP, Kaspersky, Oracle, Sophos, TrendMicro, Symantec, Apple, Citrix Systems, HP, Google, ForeScout Technologies, McAfee, MobileIron, Good Technology, Movero, and Verivo Software.
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