Faced with the fact that two-thirds of today's workers already make use of their personal devices in the workplace, companies all over the area have been scrambling to keep up. A new series focusing on the "Bring Your Own Device" phenomenon at — www.dyrand.com lays out in straightforward fashion the most important considerations, from security issues to productivity-related concerns. Created by Dyrand Systems, the provider of Managed IT Services Vancouver companies trust most, the new series will be of great interest to many.
"Among the many information technology challenges we help our clients with, figuring out how to successfully accommodate the usage of personal devices has become one of the hottest topics over the last few years," said Dyrand Systems Managing Director Edward Anderson, "Well-designed BYOD systems can be a great boon, but there are some real dangers to be aware of. We think our new series on how to make the most of BYOD is going to prove useful to many readers."
While only around a third of North American companies have official BYOD policies and systems in place today, according to research firm Markets and Markets, workers are not waiting for the go-ahead. Even nearly three years ago, a Microsoft study of the situation on the ground found that 67% of all workers make regular use of personal smartphones or other digital devices while on the job, opening up a range of security and other concerns for employers who have not actively addressed the issue.
As one of Vancouver's most highly regarded information technology specialists, Dyrand Systems regularly helps clients overcome challenges like these and others in the field. By making the switch to Cloud Computing Vancouver companies, for example, regularly achieve ongoing savings of 20% or more with the help of Dyrand Systems, while also being freed of the need to make regular capital expenditures to keep on-site equipment up to date.
The company's new online series on the issues surrounding BYOD delivers the same kinds of practical, results-oriented advice that Dyrand Systems' clients regularly benefit so much from. One new piece takes a look at the four most pointed security issues surrounding BYOD and how they can best be addressed. Another installment in the series delves into ways that BYOD can actively sap employee productivity, while also pointing out how to avoid these problems. The new series is available now at the Dyrand Systems website, where visitors can learn more about the company's full range of services and schedule a free consultation.
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Keeping clients focused on what matters most, Dyrand Systems offers a full range of information technology services that cut costs, improve reliability, and free up time and other resources to devote to other things.
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