Businesses around the world are observing a constant increase in the amount of employees bringing their own devices to work. The trend has become so significant that the term "BYOD" can no longer be ignored by corporations.
Up until now, businesses debating their BYOD policy have focused on three key aspects: flexibility, convenience and productivity. However, new research goes much further than these simple needs. As we live in a constantly connected world, scientists are discovering distinctive addiction patterns in the brains of device users. There is now evidence that preventing someone from using their device can increase levels of stress and nervousness.
With such strong connections between people and devices, it is impossible to try and resist the BYOD trend. If you can't fight it, how will you secure it?