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BYOD must become UYOD to succeed

BYOD must become UYOD to succeed

Much has been written about bring your own device (BYOD), and while this initiative has been adopted by plenty, many are failing to actually "use" their own device.

BYOD is a great way to offer staff members freedom of choice …

Half of all companies to offer BYOD by 2017?

Half of all companies to offer BYOD by 2017?

Half of all companies will offer bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives to employees by 2017, according to a report by research firm Gartner.

The study shows that 38 per cent of firms expect to stop providing staff members with …

Employees prefer flexible working perks over pay

Employees prefer flexible working perks over pay

Employees are increasingly favouring perks over pay, with incentives such as flexible working and bring your own device (BYOD) policies leading the way.

That is according to a study by professional services firm Deloitte commissioned by Google, entitled the Connected …

Only 10% of Brits are satisfied with their job

Only 10% of Brits are satisfied with their job

Only ten per cent of Brits are completely satisfied with their job and employees feel their talent is not being developed to its full potential.

These worrying findings are the discovery of cloud company PEER 1 Hosting, whose survey of …

UK leads the way in secure flexible working

UK leads the way in secure flexible working

The UK is paving the way in flexible working, with many companies offering employees the chance to operate away from the office.

More than a third of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) say they have policies in place to support …

Flexible working can cut employee absences and sick pay costs

Flexible working can cut employee absences and sick pay costs

With poor and uncomfortable office equipment costing employers around £7 billion in sick pay each year, more must be done to care for employee health.

That is according to a study by ergonomics specialist Fellowes, which showed that poorly arranged …