Nokia's Gadgets-New Favorites Of BYOD Trend

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 30 December 2013, 08:14 Hrs
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Bangalore: Amidst the trend of Bring your Device or BYOD finnish handset giant Nokia has gained a grip on enterprise dais with around 400 firms as customers for its Lumia range of Smartphones..

According to IBM study BYOD caters several benefits like increased productivity and job satisfaction. Employees often have a tendency to get adapted to their personal devices and become experts in using it. To add up users always upgrade their gadgets with latest softwares and features,. More over as per BYOD system employees are using the devices chosen by them making them more comfortable in job.

With the arrival of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Nokia has made a stand in the enterprise segment. Especially it’s Lumia Smartphones are benefitted by this novel idea. With Microsoft as a partner the companies have access to productivity solutions also.

CIOs from all major industries were initially concerned about the security, but tech giant claims that its Smartphone category promises the users with one of the best security system. Companies currently on board with Nokia devices include GMR Group, Tech Mahindra, Deloitte, KPIT, Qualcomm and Emerson.

The Lumia range attracts a lot as it offers a lower total cost of ownership for services like email and the Microsoft Office suite along with enterprise grade security. BYOD has helped a lot as the consumers are directly connected to the Nokia brand and trust them for their office and personal needs, reports Times of India.

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