Magazine Article | March 26, 2014

COPE Vs. BYOD: Understanding The Debate

Source: Field Technologies Magazine

By Michael Jarvinen, VP, marketing, Teletrac, www.teletrac.com

You’ve heard of BYOD (bring your own device), but what about COPE (corporate-owned, personally enabled)?

In the fleet industry, employees and managers have varying degrees of sophistication regarding workplace technology. Despite the differences in knowledge, businesses have embraced smart devices as necessities in both the personal and professional spheres.

Companies stand on the right side of history by embracing these devices as an extension of a highly customized world. In fact, businesses that encourage work on “less corporate” devices may reap higher productivity and employee satisfaction, along with additional cost savings as long-term rewards.

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