Bring Your Own Device to Work

How two companies are dealing with today's nightmare for IT chiefs.

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How two companies are dealing with today's nightmare for IT chiefs.

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  • http://www.maas360.com/products/mobile-device-management/

    Soon after cutting through the red tape of BYOD implementation, many organizations are finding that IT admins and end-users have their own particular interests, both of which need to be accounted for. On one end, administrators are looking to enforce pass-codes, keep devices jailbreak/root free, ensure devices are connected to corporate WiFi instead of the data plan, up to date on the latest version, and much more. They will need cooperation from their end-users to accomplish this. Their colleagues on the other hand have their own best-interests to protect. Specifically, the privacy of their personally identifiable information. They are more than happy to bring their smartphones and tablets to work, but when considering their personal apps and location information, they need assurance this will be kept private from unwanted eyes. This blog post provides tips for pleasing both parties, I recommend checking it out if you have any interest in implementing a BYOD program at your organization: http://bit.ly/I7Hpbu

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