One important contribution of Steve Jobs is revolution at workplace, where in employees bring to company, their devices used at home and employers permit them for doing their work. This topic has been discussed in an article in Times of India dt. Oct 11, 2011. Employees were unhappy with the old fashioned PCs provided by the company. Executives brought iPads to the company and desired company support. A new policy was formulated called “Bring your own device” (BYOD) to work place. This results in increased productivity and cost saving. But the company’s corporate I.T. department has to support & ensure security in a variety of devices and standard devices. Also corporate applications developed should be workable on any device. In India some companies like Wipro, Cisco, and Citrix implemented it or are going to implement it. Many companies are expected to implement full BYOD in next few years. Wipro has covered 5,000 senior executives including its sales force (and supports iPhone and iPad) and is likely to extend to all employees and to support other devices. Citrix pays employees Rs. 68,000 in India. About 46 % of those choosing BYOD choose a Mac. People buy higher end devices. CISCO allows its employees to work from home with access to all necessary work data. With security covered by desktop virtualization, after completion of official work, there is no trace of company data on employee’s devices. If something goes wrong with employee’s device, he is responsible to get it right. For hard ware problem one has to go to manufacturer or seller. For software and other problems, collective solutions like Mac Wiki have been devised. By posting the problem on Mac Wiki, solution is obtained from another Mac user.