10 step BYOD

10 step BYOD

10 step BYOD10 step BYOD  or how to implement BYOD successfully. We have created a policy that can be used to successfully implement BYOD.  The 10 step BYOD includes the following tasks:

  1. Define Your BYOD Objectives and Get Executive Buy-in
  2. Define Your Mobile App Strategy
  3. Identify a Pilot
  4. Decide Which Devices You Want to Allow
  5. Negotiate Mobile Service Rates With Carriers
  6. Define Your End-user Help Desk Model
  7. Identify Eligible BYOD Users
  8. Implement an Acceptable Use Policy
  9. Distribute and Train Users in Policy
  10. Monitor Program Usage

BYOD Policy Template Includes two (2) electronic forms 1) BYOD Access and Use Agreement and 2) Mobile Device Security and Compliance Checklist

BYOD include consumer SmartPhones and tablets which are making their way into your organization. Going mobile makes employees happier and more productive, but it’s also risky. How can you say ‘yes’ to a BYOD choice and still safeguard your corporate data, shield your network from mobile threats, and maintain policy compliance?

With the advent of Bring-Your-Own-Device – BYOD and the ever increasing mandated requirements for record retention and security, CIOs are challenged to manage in a complex and changing environment.

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Lack of BYOD policy at State Department causes havoc in presidential campaign

Lack of BYOD policy at State Department causes havoc in presidential campaign

Lack of BYOD PolicyLack of BYOD policy and enforcement at the State Department have caused havoc in the presidential campaign. The secretary of state used her own personal Blackberry which was not secure. In addition it is not clear which versions of software were on her device and wither it was backed-up in accordance to mandated federal requirements for sensitive, confidential, and top secret information.

Bring Your Own Device Policy updated to to meet Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity and Corporate Intellectual Property Requirements

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With the advent of Bring-Your-Own-Device – BYOD and the ever increasing mandated requirements for record retention and security, CIOs are challenged to manage in a complex and changing environment.

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One of the best ways to communicate and understand a company and its operating culture is through its policies. Designing and writing policy and communicating it effectively is an essential skill for professionals to have. By having policy carefully developed and communicated, employees will clearly know what the organization expects from them, the degree of control and independence they will have, and what the benefits and consequences are in regard to adhering to policy.

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60% of all organizations have BYOD policy in place

BYOD Policy – 60% of all organizations have a BYOD policy in place

BYOD PolicyMost organizations are already making the move to BYOD. According to a survey of IT professionals, more than 60 percent of organizations have a BYOD policy in place. Others, however, are still in the phase of implementing their policies.

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For those organizations – and even for those that have embarked whole-heatedly on BYOD – questions remain regarding which mobility management approach they should take: one that addresses device management, one that addresses application management, or one that encompasses both.

IT professionals expect three benefits from a BYOD management solution:

  • Enhanced productivity
  • Increased flexibility
  • Improved compliance