Bring your own device (BYOD) is the rule organizations impose on their employees to use their own devices to connect to their company’s networks, talk to clients, and access work-related files.
Personal devices could include smartphones, computers, tablets, or USB drives. BYOD has become a rapidly growing management strategy in the corporate world. It enables employers to lessen costs by permitting employees to use their own internet connections, mobile apps, and cloud storage, reducing hardware and software costs.
With BYOD, employees can access their accounts anywhere, swap credentials to log in to various systems, and receive push notifications when action needs your attention.