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The issue of company reimbursement of BYOD expenses is expected to become a hot issue going forward as more states follow California's lead and require reimbursement for work-related expenses.Good Technology is stepping in to help by launching its Enterprise Split Billing service, which enables companies to move behind "blind BYOD stipend or reimbursement programs."
Despite some reports to the contrary, it would appear that telecommuting and BYOD are flourishing in the U.S. enterprise, according to an infographic prepared by Workspot, a Workspace-as-a-Service startup.
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Not everyone, it would seem, is embracing BYOD. According to an online survey of 375 U.S. IT professionals by CompTIA, U.S. companies are pulling back from BYOD programs.
Nick Spooner, national leader for digital strategy and solutions at PwC Australia, offers three strategies to improve the impact of BYOD in the enterprise.
The issue of reimbursement over BYOD expenses has been a hot issue since a California court ruled last year that employers in the state had to reimburse employees for personal mobile phone call charges related to work. According to a recent survey by cloud-based mobile messaging provider Tyntec, around 62 percent of U.S. workers are concerned about BYOD reimbursement.
Security firm Avast Software has acquired mobile virtualization startup Remotium for an undisclosed consideration.
Despite the increasing move to enterprise mobility, more than one-quarter of companies do not support a BYOD program, according to a survey of 418 IT pros by IT managed services provider CompuCom.
Across all industries, rare is the organization that doesn't rely in some form on mobile apps. Whether mobile apps are used on the client-facing side, for internal processes, personal apps employed through shadow IT, or any other use case, there is likely some kind of mobile computing happening at all times in the enterprise.