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BYOD

(Bring Your Own Device) Refers to employees who bring their personal devices to work, whether laptop, smartphone or tablet, in order to interface to the corporate network. According to a Unisys study conducted by IDC in 2011, nearly 41% of the devices used to obtain corporate data were owned by the employee. See Windows To Go, Appleization, BYOC and IT consumerization.
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World-Wide BYOD usage will grow 20% in 2016, as European BYOD adoption outpaces the rest of the world with a 30% CAGR A recent forecast from IDC expects mobile workers will account for 72% of the U.
The market report defines and segments the global BYOD Market into various sub-segments with an in-depth analysis and forecasting of market sizes.
Given that most breaches these days are caused by human error, like lost or stolen mobile devices, practices need to take steps to properly sanction and control personal devices with BYOD plans.
Half of enterprises say they intend to move exclusively to BYOD for smartphones in 2017, eliminating their employer-supplied option.
When it comes to BYOD, we want to make sure that their customers understand the policy.
Since Huawei BYOD Alliance was established three years ago, more than 200 global partners have joined the alliance.
This research package includes: - Cloud Application Marketplace 2015 - 2020 - Data as a Service (DaaS) Market and Forecasts 2015 - 2020 - Big Data Market: Business Case, Market Analysis & Forecasts 2015 - 2020 - Social Business Services in the Cloud: Market Analysis and Forecast 2015 - 2020 - BYOD in Enterprise Applications and Cloud Environment: Market Challenge and Opportunity Analysis 2015 - 2020 - Mobile Application Marketplace 2015: Market Analysis and Assessment of Future Evolution and Opportunities
Nevada, the defendant failed to issue a litigation hold addressing BYOD devices even though key employees confirmed they used their personal devices for work-related purposes.
Though mobile device management (MDM) solution is popular among all other solutions across the enterprises for the implementation of BYOD security policies, mobile application management (MAM), mobile content management (MCM) and mobile identity management (MIM) would also increase their penetration into the market in coming years.
Since we're only going to see more and better technology come out, the BYOD phenomenon isn't going away," says Eden Dahlstrom, director of research at Educause.
Recently, most organizations were concerned primarily with mobile device management (MDM), but unlike MDM the BYOD puzzle and associated solutions continue to expand.
In order to solve and face these challenges, operators should focus quickly on countering the erosion of revenue by developing a portfolio of value-added services that can help the enterprise to encourage the adoption of BYOD while retaining good control of the security of its data and associated telecom expenses, according to Salpeas.