Most conversations about the rapid growth of BYOD (bring your own device) and BYOA (bring your own application) start with the ubiquity of smartphones. “Look around– on the bus, in the subway, at a fast food restaurant– everyone is constantly looking at their smartphones. They have become our command center for organizing and communicating with the world around us,” says Thomas Pedersen, CEO of OneLogin, a multinational cloud identity provider. However, other technology developments are contributing to the BYO trends, and the trends themselves are now driving additional changes in the technology environment.
Tapping the Technology Behind BYOD/BYOA