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
The Internet of Things(Iot) is the future of internet, powering billions of integrated devices and processes across industries and global locations. Typically, Internet of Things is expected to offer advanced connectivity of devices, systems, and services that goes beyond machine-to-machine communications (M2M) and covers a variety of protocols, domains, and applications. Download this whitepaper on “IoT-The Interconnection of Everything” and learn about significant challenges of IoT and how to prepare for the interconnecting of everything. It covers: Dimensions of the Internet of Things: Components, building blocks, and system of systems Business challenges with the Internet of Things: Complex challenges that affect Internet-of-Things adoption and growth Cross-Industry concepts for the Internet-of-Things technologies and its components Internet of Things world: Connect and manage devices anywhere and simplify the last mile in the world of Internet of Things
Mobile procurement represents a solution for organizations of all sizes and across all industries to better manage their spending environment anywhere, at any time, from any device So it critical to know which evaluation criteria your organization should look for. To determine that evaluation criteria few questions every company must ask before deciding to implement mobile procurement, including: How secure is your company data on mobile devices? Does the application work on all devices? How well does the application leverage the devices? This Mobile Procurement Evaluation Guide is aimed at procurement and IT organizations in the process of developing a mobile strategy and selecting a procurement platform that can give their increasing mobile workforce continuous productivity. In this guide, you will learn the thought process behind: • Evaluating Mobile Procurement the right way to add value. • Choosing the applications that best fit your organization. • Leveraging Mobile Procurement the best way possible, to suit your company’s needs.