Recent Release | 08 Jul 2022

Maximizing Mobile Value – To BYOD or not to BYOD?

Thought Leadership Team

Oxford Economics

Oxford Economics and Samsung collaborated to measure the contribution of smartphones in small and mid-sized businesses, and to determine whether BYOD or employer-provided devices is the right approach.

The research was fielded to 500 US executives and 1,000 employees from seven key industries: Retail, Healthcare, Transportation, High tech, Professional services, financial services and the Federal government.

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About the team

Our Thought Leadership team produces original, evidence-based research made accessible to decision-makers and opinion leaders. Principals for this project included:

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