December 30, 2013

What Privacy Do Employees Expect in a BYOD World?


In June 2013, MobileIron surveyed consumers in three countries (Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States)--seeking to better understand employees' mobile privacy expectations and thus help employers develop a set of practical BYOD guidelines. Since employees are the actual customers of a corporate BYOD program, these guidelines should be driven by their requirements, not just the requirements of the employer. Mobile is a partnership between employee and employer, and policies that serve the needs of only the latter cannot form the basis of a successful Mobile First initiative. This paper highlights the MobileIron Trust Gap Survey and implications for the enterprise.

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