Nobody enjoys filling out forms. In fact, paperwork is so despised we invented the phrase "red tape" all the way back in the 16th century just to help verbalize how irritating it is.
Today we have to deal with far more paper-pushing, and it can seriously drain employee time and resources, eventually impacting the bottom line.
So, if there was a way to cut down on the paperwork needed for employee BYOD reimbursements, that’d be worth hearing about, right?
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has been taking over the workplace, with adoption estimated to be between 40 and 75%. BYOD certainly has a great deal to offer enterprises, but it's not without its challenges - which must be understood to ensure a BYOD program is successful.
In 2016 we released our BYOD and Mobility Study, revealing that 85% of businesses were using some form of Bring Your Own Device program. It’s no surprise that a large majority of organizations allow employees to use their own devices, but we were shocked to see that a great many take a very laissez-faire approach to their BYOD policy.
In recent months, the noise in the networking marketplace has reached unparalleled levels. Software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) is poised to create disruption throughout the sector, rising to prominence, especially, throughout retail and manufacturing industries.
Research shows that the Telecom Expense Management (TEM) market will grow to $3.43 billion by 2019. This growth comes as more and more enterprises acknowledge the value of monitoring and managing their telecoms expenses.