Have run my own IT shop for years. I've only seen commission only sales with an assumed BYOD also. Then again maybe my sample base is limited as in not part of the industry sector that would use such things.
Don't really know what BYOD would be good for other than some entry work. Use a lap top to make some real time corrections/changes to apps at meetings, reconfigure/test a network, make changes to a web site via the console, back up a database, etc, but refuse to get deep into it as mistakes are way harder to fix on a single 17" screen than full blow multi-monitor systems.
Have done accounting on small monitors. Microscopic spread sheets that are almost impossible to tell the difference between a comma and a period and give you serious eye strain trying to read the numbers.
Can not imagine any BOYD hardware that can touch a well done work station/lab: multi-monitors full keyboard, your favorite mouse etc. So what does that say: Pay an employee to work with inferior equipment?
Can someone help us out here with what BYOD would be good for?
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