May 25, 2012

Fifteen Steps to Conquering BYOD


Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is not a single product, not a single service, not a single application. It is a situation where IT does not own or distribute the endpoints. It is a user driven phenomenon that IT MUST eventually embrace and then learn to manage BYOD and surmount the challenges. The enterprise has to gain control of BYOD or risk business anarchy that affects the enterprise's productivity, security, privacy, regulatory compliance issues and reputation.

Creating BYOD policy and enforcing it can be a headache for IT.There are no right or wrong policies or procedures. Each enterprise must develop its own decisions based on the business benefits, technology requirements, regulatory, security and privacy issues, and employee expectations and benefits.  There are 15 recommendations at the end of this paper for the enterprise to implement an effective BYOD plan and policy.

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