Techopedia explains Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC)
BYOC differs from bring your own device (BYOD) because the former focuses on computing devices, whereas the latter is a broad term that covers all different types of portable, non-portable and even cloud devices. BYOC is part of a growing trend in IT wherein employee-owned computing resources are being employed in office settings. These resources include laptops, notebooks and tablets PCs and/or the software/applications installed on them.
BYOC has two key implications for businesses:
It can eliminate the need for in-house computing resources, thus substantially reducing IT expenses for an organization.
It presents a risk to data security and integrity.