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4 Steps To Build A BYOD Business Case
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5/31/2013 | 7:00:14 AM
re: 4 Steps To Build A BYOD Business Case
I started BYOD in high school (2000, before BYOD was popular), and still do BYOD, teaching others in my industry how to do it. Tablets, smartphones, and even full mobile computing devices have become commonplace in Trucking. GPS and navigation is still hotly debated and that has led to apps for mobile devices that improve routing efficiency.

Corporate-issued devices for trucking now have touch screens and some level of portability (either through cabling OR wireless display technology) within the truck. I even see EOBRs that connect directly to driver-owned smartphones to do their paperwork FOR THEM!

You know what we use Good software for? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, since we don't use or need Good! Qualcomm, BigRoad and XRS handle everything Good claims to handle (corporate e-mail from dispatch), they do e-mail better than Good, AND they do FMCSA compliance (driver logs, paperwork, and 2-way messaging) as well.

Also, we have unique ways to control devices and device use. The methods are called FMCSA regulations, corporate policies, safety departments, hands-free devices (including an ignition interlock) and an invention called Bluetooth. Not very unique, huh?

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