What Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) means for elearning

Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) is seen by many as the natural successor to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). But what are implications for workplace elearning as business device strategy evolves?

In 2013, the death of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) as a corporate strategy was predicted. Even though many organisations continue to adopt BYOD, there is evidence that the heir apparent is now Choose Your Own Device (CYOD).

They are similar but not the same. Both relate to the fact that people are increasingly using mobile devices in every aspect of their lives, and this social change needs to be reflected in the workplace. But whereas BYOD allows employees to use any personal device, CYOD sets some boundaries. 

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