When your company hands you an unfamiliar device to work on, you probably reply “thank you,” but in the back of your mind you know there’s going to be a learning curve.
Learning curves aren’t optimal for you or your company.
And when we’re forced to work from home, it’s even more of a struggle.
In this episode of B2B Tech Talk, Keri chats with VMware
’s partner sales specialist Mike Furedy
and channel sales manager Alex Scharf
"BYOD comes with its own challenges. But with VMware's Workspace ONE solution, this platform can bridge the gap between IT security and employee experience." — Mike Furedy
- The advantages of implementing a bring-your-own-device policy
- How VMware’s Workspace ONE solution enables employees to work on any device they want from any place
- How working from home is shaping the future of the workplace
Advantages of bring your own device (BYOD)
There are several advantages to allowing your workforce to operate on the devices they’re used to.
BYOD benefits include:
- No learning curve for the employee
- Increased productivity
- Easy access to work from home
- More satisfied employees
Now, the advantages of BYOD are only possible if you integrate a remote access system. You need a tool that keeps your team secure and productive even when they can’t make it into the office.
VMware’s Workspace ONE solution
bridges the gap between security and a positive employee experience. It’s really a win-win situation.
Now your employees can work on their favorite operating systems while staying secure and accessing all information they need to do their jobs.
Learn about how to set up a remote workforce
and considerations for supporting work-at-home directives
For more technical resources, visit https://techzone.vmware.com/