A BYOD plan allows users to bring their own devices to the table, instead of using standard business-issue units. It brings savings to the provider for obvious reasons, but don't jump into this plan without thinking. Here are a few points to consider when starting a BYOD plan.
Ever hear of BYOD? No, we’re not talking about the more commonly known BYOB (Bring Your Own Beer). We’re talking about Bring Your Own Device! Did you know what according to Google Trends, BYOD has been trending at a much higher level than the more well-known terms such as videoconferencing? Since many more organizations are allowing employees to integrate their personal mobile devices into the IT infrastructure, this has become a popular theme in today’s VoIP search trends. Let’s discuss some other highly unique search items that are floating around the internet right now, shall we?
Software Advice, a free resource for VoIP providers, compiled some fantastic research in a piece called Trending VoIP Terms Reflect Market Shifts. In this research they uncover a wide variety of market trends ranging from over-the-top (OTT) apps to Internet Protocol Private Brand Exchanges (IP PBXs) to the Public Switch Telephone Network (PSTN) to Unified Communications (UC). The information they’ve complied is a great resource for those who are ready to jump head first into the VoIP industry. They’ll gain an understanding of how the market has transformed over the years and how it’s going to constantly be changing for years to come.