Over the past two years we have featured several articles about BYOD. Here is a round up of those posts all aimed at the CIO, CTO and wider C-Level community. Feel free to comment if you have any thoughts about the future of BYOD an mobility.
If you want BYOD to work, do the maths
Chris Gabriel takes a look behind the hype to assess the economics of BYOD and asks, “Is everyone doing it just as well as Cisco?”
BYOD in Schools – Taking Care of Security
Following Chris Gabriel’s examination of BYOD in Education, this follow up addresses some of the security issues faced in schools.
How to COPE with BYOD
Chris Meager looks at Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled (COPE), a model that may suit organisations who require a higher degree of predictability over their network of devices, with the advantages of allowing users the benefits of integrating personal and work use on a single smart device.
BYOD in Schools – High Definition Education?
BYOD in schools, Chris Gabriel looks at whether allowing school children to BYOD is a good idea or just a faddy notion.
No BYOD Policy? Time to grasp the nettle
Chris Gabriel considers why it is that so few organisations have a BYOD policy in place, despite allowing employees to use their own devices for corporate purposes – and highlights a series of issues that an effective policy must take into account.
BYOD – Research findings released
A research white paper published today by Ovum and commissioned by Logicalis, reveals some interesting statistics about the willingness to use, and readiness to deploy, BYOD in the workplace.
Mobile IT – choosing a vendor in a crowded market
In a follow up to his recent look at the options available to organisations seeking to manage the data security risks associated with BYOD, James Tay, CEO at Logicalis Asia, sets out the considerations that should guide organisations’ choice of MDM/MAM vendor.
Bring your own device (BYOD) is here to stay, but what about the risks?
James Tay, CEO at Logicalis Asia, considers the options when it comes to managing the data security risks associated with BYOD. Should it be the traditional Network Access Control (NAC) approach, the belt and braces of Mobile Device Management or or the less invasive Mobile Application Management?
BYOD and the Cloud: The Dilemma Facing IT
Nathaniel Borenstein, Chief Scientist, Mimecast and one of the pioneers of the MIME standard, gives his view of the challenges posed by the Bring Your Own Device movement – and how forward thinking organisations can overcome them.