A hot topic among IT and HR managers is the trend for workers to bring their own personal technology to work, and expect to incorporate it seamlessly into their tool kit. Although the jury is very much out, it seems that a number of organizations are accepting this trend as inevitable, and looking to make the best out of it. Some new research from Info-Tech Research Group suggests that 83% of organizations they recently surveyed were allowing employees to bring personal technology to work.
Info-Tech counsels that this trend is unstoppable and suggests that organizations be proactive in dealing with risks, and looking for benefits.
What about you? Are you or your colleagues bringing your technology to work? Is your organizations establishing policies around this? Any tips to others?