Just enough to give people access to the basics.
For most organizations, that’s what passes for a “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) strategy.
Problem is, just enough is too often not enough.
Not enough to allow your organization to terminate costly ongoing hardware and data contracts. Not enough to reduce your employees’ demands for updated hardware, or even to extend the planned lifespan of those new devices. Not enough to make it possible for your team to carry, manage, and keep track of fewer devices.
Comprehensive Bring Your Own Device programs have the power to enhance employee productivity while radically reducing hardware and data costs.
The BYOD strategies that deliver on that promise include device-agnostic access to every part of the organization. They include what employees need to access right now, and look ahead to include the capabilities they’ll demand tomorrow.
And that means for just about every mid-sized and large organization, your Bring Your Own Device strategy needs to include video.
Where to start?
Look first to your VCMS — and to our latest white paper guide, “Bring Your Own (Video Ready) Device: Why Your BYOD Strategy is Incomplete without Video—And How You Can Fix It”.