Surviving (and Thriving) in the BYOD Client Computing Revolution [Infographic]

Whether we like it or not, the revolution is here. The consumerization of IT – or BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) – is transforming client computing as we know it.

More and more companies are finding that employees want the freedom to choose the devices they work with. This is putting additional pressure on IT to find ways to safely and securely integrate a variety of  new devices into their infrastructures. And while BYOD does present challenges, the one thing everyone does agree on is that ultimately, it benefits users and organizations by creating better work-life balance, improved productivity and greater flexibility.

As our infographic points out, this revolution is happening quickly. By 2014 mobile will outpace desktop internet usage. So it’s best to start addressing the challenges now – to ensure that you have a plan and policies in place to survive and thrive as the workplace environment changes.

Take the next step: Once you’ve had a chance to review the story below, visit our Client Computing Revolution portal. It’s where we’ve compiled whitepapers, ebooks and videos to help and guide you as you develop your own BYOD strategy.

And if you’d like help, we are offering a one-hour phone consultation with our experts in networking, security and virtualization, where Softchoice will listen to your current unique challenges. We’ll take the time to understand what’s facing your organization and help to answer all the questions on your mind related to BYOD. It’s your chance to pick the brain of experts that have helped many others in your shoes. Book your free BYOD Therapy Session today!

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About Melissa Alvares

Melissa was the head of Softchoice’s campaign marketing team, responsible for providing organizations with information on the latest technology trends, insights and solutions from the desktop to the data center.