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    Suncorp saves money through BYOD 
        Summary: The bank and general insurer has reaped tangible productivity and financial benefits through a sophisticated BYOD program.

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                Suncorp Group, Australia's fifth-largest bank and biggest general insurer, is considered a trailblazer in the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) space. The organisation started their BYOD journey five years ago, way before it became the hot new craze in the IT industry.’s Paul Cameron. (Credit: Suncorp)

But the 2011 Queensland floods really made Suncorp take BYOD much more seriously.
Being headquartered in Brisbane, the company was hit quite hard as floodwaters flowed into the Queensland capital.
Suncorp Group’s Head of Enterprise Services Paul Cameron watched on in Sydney as events unfolded.