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BYOD & the Implications for IT

White Paper Published By: NEC
Published:  Nov 20, 2013
Type:  White Paper
Length:  5 pages

The predictions that many industry pundits have been making about the rise of BYOD (bring your own device) are coming to fruition. The surprise is that it is happening at a much faster rate at businesses of all sizes, around the world. While BYOD is increasingly important for employee satisfaction, it poses significant challenges to IT in terms of security risks, productivity loss, support issues and costs.

By adopting desktop as a service (DaaS), businesses can embrace BYOD while ensuring security of corporate data. Employees will be able to easily access their desktops from any—and multiple—devices, and IT can set clear policies around usage and support that make sense for your users and your company.

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nec, byod, bring your own device, daas, desktops as a service, it management