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Security After the “Bring Your Own Device” Policy

Bes security policy

Do you know how many BlackBerrys there are around the world as of December 2012? 77 million. And more than half of the Blackberrys used in business are employee owned. This is probably because more than half of employees want their IT departments to give them the freedom too choose their own devices. Some employers are reluctant to do so, because they think that it means compromising their security, but blackberry mobile device management solutions offer cost effective alternative. One reason Blackberrys are so popular is because they have a conventional laptop keyboard.

It is possible for companies to adopt a Bes security policy, sometimes known more colloquially as a BES policy, which can serve as a easy way of consolidating their workers’ mobile devices into a single cloud. A Bes policy is one of the reasons that employers are able to allow workers to bring their own devices to work.

This is probably a positive development, because allowing workers to bring their own devices can increase productivity, as long as a company’s secured information is kept under control. This is what having a BES policy can do and it is for this reason that companies that maintain a BES policy are probably more likely to succeed as the workforce becomes increasingly decentralized.

Employer Sponsored Childcare

Corporate daycare

Employer sponsored childcare is great for employees and employers alike. Childcare in the workplace increases employee retention, job satisfaction and offers good return on investment. Because in many cases both parents are needed to work even after the birth of a child, corporate childcare is an excellent option. Onsite corporate daycare centers let workers have peace of mind and know that their child is cared for even when they are not being looked after by themselves. Breast feeding mothers love the options for onsite care for ease of feedings, and infants continue to have this bonding time with their mothers.

Employer sponsored childcare pays off for employers because those that offer onsite PA childcare have more loyal employees, who are less stressed and more productive. Many people who work for companies offering employer sponsored childcare loves that they have the ability to be close at hand to their child. Pa daycare centers can serve children as young as a few weeks up to children up to twelve years old. Infant care involves enrichment and basic care for the children, while employer sponsored childcare for school aged children more involved supervised play and work periods. Helpful info also found here.