Executive Briefings

BYOD: Bring Your Own Device - On-boarding and Securing Devices in Your Corporate Network

Preparing Your Network to Meet Device Demand

The proliferation of smartphones and tablets brings increased productivity, mobility and responsiveness to the workplace while reducing costs. Employees want to use their own devices at work - and employers are starting to see the value in letting them. The movement, called Bring Your Own Device - or BYOD - is taking hold. Adopting the "say no" approach to BYOD is probably unrealistic. Employees will bring these devices whether you support them or not, and their presence on your network without the right security tools for support increases risk of data breaches, data loss and noncompliance. A proactive BYOD strategy increases security and compliance. Yet, many organizations have not yet addressed the technical issues that BYOD brings to the table.

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The proliferation of smartphones and tablets brings increased productivity, mobility and responsiveness to the workplace while reducing costs. Employees want to use their own devices at work - and employers are starting to see the value in letting them. The movement, called Bring Your Own Device - or BYOD - is taking hold. Adopting the "say no" approach to BYOD is probably unrealistic. Employees will bring these devices whether you support them or not, and their presence on your network without the right security tools for support increases risk of data breaches, data loss and noncompliance. A proactive BYOD strategy increases security and compliance. Yet, many organizations have not yet addressed the technical issues that BYOD brings to the table.

Please CLICK HERE to view this Whitepaper.