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Implementing a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy

White Paper: Certero

BYOD policy is now an essential part of many organizations IT strategy. As we have seen it can deliver significant benefits, but care needs to be taken to ensure success in your implementation. If you are struggling with how best to fund and manage a disruptive change, then the implementation of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy is the answer. This whitepaper is designed to give an introduction if you have been tasked with implementing a BYOD strategy in your organization. It addresses the following key questions: What are the challenges or barriers you face in deploying BYOD policy? What are the three critical components that need to be considered when implementing a BYOD policy? How can a software solution help you with the second of the required components?

Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled (COPE) Program Gaining Prominence

White Paper: Beroe Inc

The COPE (Corporate owned, personally enabled) model offers businesses a new way of acknowledging and embracing consumerisation by giving some control back to IT without depriving users of devices that make them more productive. COPE is a business model in which an organization provides its employees with mobile computing devices and allows the employees to use them as if they were personally-owned notebook computers, tablets or smartphones. Key takeaways from this whitepaper on “Corporate owned, personally enabled (COPE) program gaining prominence:” Top considerations for an effective BYOD policy Region wise adoption of Bring Your Own Devices Enablers for effective enterprise BYOD policy Types of BYOD implementation COPE-the most optimal methodology for organizations to manage enterprise mobility 

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