1. Articles in category: Enterprise Mobility/ BYOD

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    1. What you need to know about BYOD

      With the rise of smartphone technology, BYOD -- or bring your own device -- certainly cannot be ignored by businesses. Whether they endorse the policy of using personal devices for workplace tasks or not, employees will use the best tools, or those they are most familiar with, to complete tasks, which frequently means using their own smartphone. Of course, this extends far beyond simply taking work calls.

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    2. 3 ways to manage BYOD for a modern workforce

      The question is no longer whether BYOD is acceptable in certain workplaces. It’s here now, and it’s not going away, so the real question is what companies should do in the face of this reality. Most employees expect to be able to use their own phones (and other devices) to get work done, so how should IT departments react? Hint: it’s not restricting employees to only certain apps and data and cumbersome or frustrating access policies for the rest.

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    3. Te 411 on Going BYOD

      The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement has been gaining momentum since 2009. A Tech Pro Research survey published in September 2016 revealed that 81% of businesses have or are planning to adopt BYOD policies in the near future, up from 44% in 2013. Is your business BYOD yet? Here are some things you should consider before making the switch.

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    4. How a National Airline Empowered Digital Revolution With Comprehensive Enterprise Mobility Management

      Technology has always been used to advance business. Today, however, more companies are implementing enterprise mobility strategies. They aren’t just integrating mobile into their current systems — they’re using mobility to overhaul how they do business, streamline workflows, increase employee productivity and reduce cost.

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    5. The (Sad) Case for BYOD Management

      Just a few short years ago, we were still discussing whether or not organizations should allow employees to rely on mobile devices for work and whether that would come via personally owned devices or a fleet of pre-approved devices owned and managed by the organization. Fast forward to 2016, and that conversation is nearly null and void--people use their own devices for work whether the organization ultimately "prefers" it or not.

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    6. Don’t let yourself be the weakest link in the BYOD era

      Organisations of all kinds, and their suppliers, can unintentionally be lax with their data and not realise the security consequences of their actions. The cost, in terms of money, time and effort and the impact on the people whose data it is, underlines the need for a higher level of data management and the introduction of stricter data controls, especially in cases where companies allow their employees to bring their own devices to work (BYOD).

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    7. Tech Time: BYOD poses security threats

      According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, more than 169 million personal records were exposed as the result of 781 publicized security breaches across the financial, business, education, government and healthcare sectors in 2015. As shocking as these numbers are, they may not fully convey the scope of the threat: Any company or consumer that connects to the Internet is at risk of becoming a victim of a cybersecurity attack.

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    8. Mobility is about to enter the post-app era, says Gartner

      CIO interview: Lee Edwards, chief technology officer, The British Library Case study: Improving food safety and traceability CW500: How to maximise the benefits from the cloud As the convergence of devices, bots, things and people accelerates, businesses will need to learn how to excel at mainstream mobility , as well as prepare for a post-app era, according to analysts at Gartner.

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    9. Impacts of BYOD on work and home life

      Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) schemes – whether officially or unofficially – have slowly but surely been adopted by firms globally. Doubts about security and privacy, when it comes to accessing both corporate and personal data via the cloud, have largely been outweighed by the productivity and culture benefits that the BYOD revolution offers organisations.

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