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RingCentral Office UK: Secure, Enterprise-Grade BYOD Mobility

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) will soon stop being a trend and start being a given in the not-too-distant future. Gartner predicts that by 2017, half of employers will require their employees to supply their own devices, and according to Grand View Research the market for BYOD is expected to reach $238 billion by 2020. Employers must start seeking solutions now to ensure their technology is ready to accommodate employees’ own devices.

The biggest concern regarding BYOD is managing security. Dell claims for the UK, that 71 percent rank increased use of mobile devices (including BYOD) as a top security concern in the next five years. Ensuring a secure technology platform for BYOD is no easy feat, but RingCentral now has a solution in place for cloud business communications.

image_2 RingCentral has just launched a new release of RingCentral Office™, which includes: a re-designed mobile app interface, which will enable workers to securely embrace BYOD (Bring Your Own Device); new “Presence” features to show colleagues’ real-time status on phone availability; and a number of administrative enhancements for ease of management, security and efficiency.

What does RingCentral Office mean for BYOD?

What else is in the new release of RingCentral Office?

Click here to find out how RingCentral can help you to embrace BYOD in your organization.

Originally published Apr 29, 2014, updated Aug 07, 2020

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