Mobility and Productivity
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the policy of allowing users to bring their own computing equipment to the workplace and use it for connectivity to the company network. Today, employees expect access to data not only from their desktops, but also from consumer electronics like tablets and smartphones. Allowing them to access systems through personal wireless devices, while still maintaining security, may seem challenging. But in actuality, with today’s mobile management processes, this is very doable and easily managed.
What Are the Benefits of BYOD?
- Increased productivity
- Lower costs
- Employee satisfaction
What Should You Consider Before Moving Ahead with BYOD?
- What devices do you need to support?
- How much access you will give employees?
- What kind of budget can you allocate?
- Do you have specific issues and regulations to contend with?
- How do you ensure company data is kept safe and data leakage minimized?
How Are BYOD Solutions Priced?
Implementing BYOD depends on the functional requirements, restrictions, and capabilities that you choose to enable. Many solutions are sold on a per-device or per-user basis with options for higher-level functionality, like secure corporate document storage, app security wrapping, and secure browsers. We can help you assess your needs and design and deploy a BYOD solution that fits your budget.