What is Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC)?

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Definition of Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC)

Bring your own Computer (BYOC) is a concept which states that employees of any IT (Information Technology) related organization should bring their own personal computers like laptops to their workplace.

How Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC) does works?

The employees of the organizations who have implemented the Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC) are strictly advised to bring their own personal computers to their offices during work hours as their personal computers are linked with the office settings over network.

In such offices, employees are not provided with the table computers to perform their office work rather they have to use their personal computers to perform their job activities.

How and where Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC) is used?

Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC) theory is used in different IT related organizations in order to reduce the expense of providing table computers to every single employee. This theory also helps the employees in keeping their work or data secure in their own personal systems.

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