Percentage of End Users that Use a Personal Device for Work-Related Functions81% admit it, but getting them to actually confess that is another issue all together
There's a lot of interest in all things related to the bring your own device (BYOD) phenomenom, especially as it relates to figuring out just how big an opportunity this movement might be for the channel. The folks at ESET set out to prove that by commissioning Harris Interactive to survey 2,000 adults about their use of BYOD technologies in the office. Over 80 percent of them admitted to using a personal device for work-related activities, which would suggest that the BYOD phenomenon is probably a lot more widespread than most IT organizations either know about or care to admit.
This article was originally published on 2012-07-16
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