Looking at adopting BYOD but aren’t sure where to start? This short collection of guides will help both beginners or experts. Whether you’re looking for a BYOD solution for education, government employees or for your business, these guides will alert you of the benefits and drawbacks of BYOD and help you make a decision on which solution will work best for your business.
ICO BYOD Guide– This guide explains to data controllers what they need to consider when permitting the use of personal devices to process personal data for which they are responsible. It helps data controllers fully understand their obligations and promote good practice.
Cisco Unified Access and BYOD Guide– discusses how the UA and BYOD trend will affect businesses, explores the challenges it creates for IT, and outlines the Cisco technologies that are part of the solution. Cisco offers a comprehensive architecture to address these challenges, allowing end users the freedom to bring their choice of device to work while still affording IT the controls to ensure security and prevent data loss.
Solutions Review BYOD Mobility Management Solutions Buyers Guide– This free buyers guide consolidates, organizes and presents an unbiased overview of the top BYOD solutions in the industry in order to give you firm footing as you prepare to defend yourself against the horde of mobile vulnerabilities headed your way. This buyers guide also includes 5 questions to ask yourself before picking a solution and 5 questions to ask potential solution vendors.
MobileIron BYOD Guide– This ebook is designed to help your organization anticipate, understand and manage the most frequently asked questions regarding BYOD in the enterprise. This four-part guide will look at best practices for preparing, building, rolling out and sustaining a successful BYOD program over the long term.
Microsofts’ BYOD Devices- A Deployment Guide for Education– This guide provides information about Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) considerations for education, including device types, deployment models, and infrastructure-related considerations for BYOD deployments.
Digital Government- Bring Your Own Device– This guide is based on lessons learned from successful BYOD programs launched at forward-leaning agencies. Through the BYOD Working Group, the Advisory Group and CIOC produced this document to fulfill the requirements of Milestone Action #3.3.
- Mobile Device Management Takes Center Stage at Galaxy S6 Unpacked Event - March 1, 2015
- Dating Apps Could be the Achilles Heel for Bring Your Own Device - February 13, 2015
- From Now On Users Can Legally Unlock Their Mobile Devices - February 12, 2015