In these days where it seems everyone has a personal smartphone, more and more employees are utilizing their own devices (laptops, smartphones, tablets) to access their work email, calendars and contacts. Because of this, enterprises need to adopt mobile, bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives to reduce costs and increase employee satisfaction. However, shifting mobile computing to an individual accountability model doesn’t mean that companies are off the hook for security, stability, and productivity. All organizations must find their own balance when it comes to adopting BYOD, particularly organizations in regulated industries.
This webcast, supported by InformationWeek research, will discuss what you need to consider when devising a BYOD model, common characteristics of successful mobility policies, how to support mobility management technologies, and how IT leaders can frame the discussion in terms that make sense for the business, individual employees, and IT.
Jonathan Feldman, Director of Information Technology Services, Contributing Editor, InformationWeek