Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)- Key Trends and Considerations

Navigating the Complex Ecosystem

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BYOD refers to the practice of allowing employees to use personally-owned mobile devices for accessing enterprise IT resources and data. The proliferation of BYOD points to a future in which enterprise information technology (IT) departments will have to manage a mix of corporate-owned and employee-owned mobile devices. This Frost & Sullivan insight presents an overview of the key trends in the U.S. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) market. This insight will highlight the key success factors for BYOD vendors in the United States, and provide strategic recommendations for organizations that want to implement a BYOD solution.

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)- Key Trends and ConsiderationsIntroduction and Research OverviewIntroduction and OverviewEnterprise Mobility – Managing BYODBYOD - Need; Importance; and ApproachesConfusing OptionsRole and Importance of ContainersThe Web vs. the App DebateTop Enterprise Concerns with BYODSecurity Concerns - Enterprise Data ProtectionSecurity Concerns - Enterprise Network ProtectionLegal Implications So what should the Corporate IT do?BYOD - Important Considerations for EnterprisesEnterprise Considerations for Selecting the Right Vendor – The Non-technical SideA Few Other Key Success Factors for BYOD VendorsPlatform ArchitectureEnterprise App StrategyEnterprise Infrastructure StrategyConclusion and Final RecommendationsConclusions




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