With the widespread adoption of BYOD (bring your own device) policies and remote work arrangements, employees are able to access company data from anywhere there’s an Internet connection. Certain files and access points may only be available through a corporate connection, but in many cases, “bring your own network” (BYON) has become the new normal for today’s workforce. The benefits of being able to work without being tethered to one’s desk are obvious, which is why employers have been increasingly supportive of BYOD and BYON in recent years. “Individual users can easily set up their own access points with pretty standard technology and cheaper data plans,” said Carlos Montero-Luque, chief technology officer of enterprise mobility management platform Apperian. “The convenience, lower cost and ease to set up one’s personal network anywhere, anytime is very appealing to road warriors, even without deep technical expertise. Companies also benefit from the increased availability of their workforce, which is why they want to support and secure remote connection, rather than prohibit it.”
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