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Voice services are the key drivers of BYOD among respondents, rather than SMS, email or accessing mobile business applications.
More than 50% of employees in the six countries we surveyed bring their own devices to work, mainly using them for making and receiving calls, SMS, email and business applications. Mobile voice is the primary driver of bring-your-own-device (BYOD), because the ability to be contactable and work away from the office enables employees to be more productive and to work more flexibly.
This Viewpoint provides:
discussion and analysis of BYOD trends, taking survey data from Analysys Mason’s Connected Consumer Survey 2013
analysis of the employee drivers of BYOD
recommendations for operators relating to BYOD.
The following countries are covered in this Viewpoint.
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