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Enterprise IT, News - Monday, March 17, 2014 16:06 - 2 Comments
news Australian IT departments are “ill-prepared” to handle the massive influx of employee-sourced applications such as Dropbox, Skype and Evernote that are “storming” into their operations and being used by staff to improve their personal productivity, according to a new report produced by analyst firm Telsyte.
The firm recently conducted a survey of Australia’s enterprise mobility market, querying more than 460 chief information officers and ICT decision-makers on their organisations’ approach to the bring your own device (BYOD) and bring your own app (BYOA) trends which have swept into Australian workplaces.
The survey found that nearly two-thirds of Australian enterprises now have staff that use personal apps for work and businesses are struggling to keep up with this phenomenon which is set to overtake BYOD as a strategic IT change.
The findings specifically showed that 27 percent of organisations allow staff to use any personal mobile or cloud app for work purposes without any restrictions. A similar number allow BYOA from an approved catalogue of apps and a smaller set of businesses do not allow it, but CIOs concede staff go ahead and do it anyway. Continue…
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