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Published By: Okta     Published Date: May 07, 2015
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) can be a very polarizing topic for IT. Some view it as a solution that can save money, improve end user satisfaction, and enable remote employees. For others, BYOD represents risk of data leakage, loss of control, and signing up to support an endless ecosystem of unknown devices. No matter what your opinion on BYOD is, the impact on IT policy cannot be overstated. Through 2017, Gartner reports that 90% of organizations will support some aspect of BYOD. Read this eGuide and learn how you can address several new BYOD challenges facing IT.
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Okta
Published By: Absolute Software     Published Date: Dec 20, 2012
David Johnson, Senior Analyst at Forrester has a look forward to the reality of supporting Apple devices in a post-BYOD world.
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byod, network security, mobile, security, policy, apple, end user, device
    
Absolute Software
Published By: ForeScout     Published Date: Jan 24, 2013
This IDC study surveyed IT managers about the number of consumer devices on their networks, they underestimated the number by 50%. Whether you are prohibiting, tolerating or embracing BYOD, you need to define policy and security.
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bring your own device, byod, idc survey, it managers, devices on network, networking, knowledge management, data management, business technology, data center
    
ForeScout
Published By: ForeScout     Published Date: Aug 14, 2012
In a BYOD world, companies can choose to secure and manage the entire mobile device user pool or secure portions of that community. Either way, steps must be taken to prevent unauthorized access to network resources and data loss. Enterprises should consider solutions that allow policies to be applied based on user, device, network, application, and data leakage risks.
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Published By: Good Technology Corporation     Published Date: Oct 23, 2012
As companies embrace the use of individual liable mobile devices to access corporate applications and data, Good provides guidance on creating individual liable usage policies.
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byod, bring your own device, security, policy considerations, device, enterprise applications, business technology
    
Good Technology Corporation
Published By: CDW-Apple     Published Date: Dec 12, 2012
The ultimate reference guide to taking your business mobile.
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mobile, mobile integration, byod, it policy, business mobile integration, mobile it, business technology
    
CDW-Apple
Published By: LifeSize, a division of Logitech     Published Date: Feb 01, 2013
Do you work smarter on your own tablet, smartphone or laptop? Go for it, says corporate IT. Read this white paper to learn how BYOD is an emerging trend in business policy. In a recent survey 44% of firms have embraced BYOD. Will you do the same?
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byod, bring your own device, simplicity, tablet, smartphone, laptop, byod party, lifesize, knowledge management, enterprise applications, business technology
    
LifeSize, a division of Logitech
Published By: Absolute Software     Published Date: Dec 20, 2012
Three Simple Steps to Legally Secure and Manage Employee-owned Devices Within a Corporate Environment
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byod, policy, guide, mobile, security, cloud, apps, administration, device
    
Absolute Software
Published By: Absolute Software     Published Date: May 14, 2014
Three simple steps to legally secure and manage employee-owned devices within a corporate environment
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byod, workforce mobility, enpoint protection, mobile devices, absolute software
    
Absolute Software
Published By: Enterprise Mobile     Published Date: Sep 30, 2013
Creating a BYOD policy helps to minimize frustration and risk as you take advantage of cost savings. With a BYOD policy in place, you’ll be able to confidently move forward with your own BYOD program, staying at the forefront of mobility trends and fostering improved productivity and user satisfaction. Using a short template can help you identify the key elements that your policy should include. The more policy elements you’re able to cover in the template and the more elements you add on your own, the easier it will be to create the final, formal BYOD policy.
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mobility-as-a service, managed mobility services, byod, bring-your-own-device, enterprise mobile, mobility, enterprise mobility, mobile strategy, mobile security, mobile management, device management, enterprise mobile devices
    
Enterprise Mobile
Published By: Enterprise Mobile     Published Date: Dec 08, 2014
Download this solution brief to ensure your organizations bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy is a win-win situation.
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enterprise mobile, byod, bring your own device, byod policy, byod strategy, mobility services, it management
    
Enterprise Mobile
Published By: Aerohive     Published Date: May 13, 2015
This paper aims to facilitate understanding and addressing IT’s dilemma in a bring your own device (BYOD) world.
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mobile computing, the increase in mobile workers, byod policy implications for it
    
Aerohive
Published By: Aerohive     Published Date: May 14, 2015
This paper aims to facilitate understanding and addressing IT’s dilemma in a bring your own device (BYOD) world.
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mobile computing, the increase in mobile workers, byod policy implications for it, it management, business technology
    
Aerohive
Published By: ForeScout     Published Date: Mar 28, 2017
Miercom analysts review results of its tests verifying the ForeScout platform’s ability to quickly discover, classify and assess endpoints, including unmanaged BYOD and IoT devices—without agents—and apply network and host-based controls to enforce security policy and remediation.
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discover, classify, endpoints, miercom, byod, iot
    
ForeScout
Published By: TigerText     Published Date: Aug 30, 2015
Download this Healthcare Informatics e-book for a comprehensive understanding of the BYOD policy, the challenges faced, and the impact it could have on the industry.
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tigertext, tiger text, byod, hippa compliance, patient data, secure data, records management
    
TigerText
Published By: Aerohive     Published Date: May 14, 2015
This paper aims to facilitate understanding and addressing IT’s dilemma in a bring your own device (BYOD) world.
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mobile computing, the increase in mobile workers, byod policy implications for it, it management
    
Aerohive
Published By: Absolute Software     Published Date: Dec 20, 2012
Aberdeen's analysis confirms that the case for convergence between endpoint management is still very strong in the mobile, Bring Your Own Device era.
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byod, device, security, enterprise, mobility, policy
    
Absolute Software
Published By: Workforce Software     Published Date: Jun 04, 2015
This paper helps outline some of the ways to control BYOD risks and outlines other factors that influence your decision to establish a BYOD policy. Like Cloud-based software delivery, BYOD presents such compelling advantages over the traditional approach that its emergence as the dominant mobile strategy appears to be a question of “when” rather than “if.”
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workforce software, byod, enterprise applications, mobile strategy, mobile devices, it management
    
Workforce Software
Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Sep 25, 2017
“We don’t have a BYOD programme.” This statement, referencing mobile device usage in the workplace, is a refrain often heard in European organisations that are tasked with securing the privacy of highly confidential data and personally identifiable information, and managing employee authorisation and access to that data. However, businesses often believe that they aren’t actually subject to cyber-threats from mobile devices because, simply, they don’t currently allow personal mobile devices to access their networks. Ultimately, this posture puts data at risk because every company has a BYOD policy whether they like it or not.
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Lookout
Published By: CDW-Apple     Published Date: Dec 10, 2012
In a 2011 IDC study, IT decision-makers report that, on average, 34 percent of their employees access business applications from smartphones.
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mobile, cdw, mobile integration, byod, it policy, business mobile integration, mobile it, business technology
    
CDW-Apple
Published By: TigerText     Published Date: Aug 24, 2016
This white paper provides guidelines for appropriate use of personal mobile devices in the workplace to ensure the confidentiality of protected information and improve staff efficiency.
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TigerText
Published By: PulseSecure     Published Date: Apr 01, 2015
Learn how to enable fast and secure network, cloud, and application access in order to maximize productivity for those employees who work remotely or are constantly travelling.
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mobile connectivity, byod, device security, policy compliance, enduser, pulse secure, mobile worker, networking, security, it management, wireless
    
PulseSecure
Published By: Aerohive     Published Date: Oct 15, 2014
This paper aims to facilitate understanding and addressing IT’s dilemma in a bring your own device (BYOD) world.
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mobile computing, the increase in mobile workers, byod policy implications for it
    
Aerohive
Published By: SAP     Published Date: Jul 17, 2012
As the "bring your own device" (BYOD) trend sweeps across the business world, it raises a huge management challenge for many companies. It changes who within an organization gets access to mobility. It also affects the way a business operates, with implications that go far beyond simply IT. BYOD presents new, fundamental questions about security, liability, and cost. Answers depend on two aspects of mobility management: device management policy and the technology used to fulfill and enforce a policy.
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sap, mobile, managing, business, mobility, technology, business technology
    
SAP
Published By: HPE     Published Date: Mar 23, 2015
If you’ve noticed more employees accessing the corporate network using their personally owned mobile devices, you’re not alone. Many employees are boosting their productivity by using their smartphones and tablets at work. Gone are the days of corporate IT departments dictating the types of mobile devices that could access the network. Bring your own device (BYOD) policies, while increasing employee satisfaction and productivity, are straining corporate networks. This white paper describes the limitations of legacy networks, especially for supporting BYOD. Understanding these limitations can pave the way for a successful BYOD management policy for campus and branch networks.
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corporate network, personal devices, smartphone, tablet, legacy networks, byod
    
HPE
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