There’s obviously a lot of interest and concern over the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) phenomenon in IT circles. A new global survey of 1,485 IT leaders, conducted by Vanson Bourne on behalf of Dell Quest, finds that those concerns are not limited to security.
It turns out a sizable number of IT organizations simply don’t have the tools and processes in place to manage BYOD. For that reason alone, the survey finds that IT resistance to BYOD despite potential gains in end-user productivity remains fairly strong.
Click through for results from a BYOD survey conducted by Vanson Bourne on behalf of Dell Quest.
The majority say that the IT management focus should be on the device.
And most of them encourage BYOD.
Productivity leads the charge.
There are no two ways about it.
It requires a lot of IT work to support.
Data access drives the BYOD agenda.
Making an end run around the rules.
The gaps are many and wide