Employees are increasingly using bring-your-own devices (BYOD) to work and accessing corporate IT resources from home. Until now, management of BYOD within IT was piecemeal, with most organizations cob¬bling together solutions that included mobile device management software, unified access suites, security, and hardware. Read this technology brief to learn how Windows Server 2012 R2 takes the guesswork and integration out of BYOD security and administration, providing one point of control and management for IT organizations.
If you’ve noticed more employees accessing the corporate network using their personally owned mobile devices, you’re not alone. Many employees are boosting their productivity by using their smartphones and tablets at work.
Gone are the days of corporate IT departments dictating the types of mobile devices that could access the network. Bring your own device (BYOD) policies, while increasing employee satisfaction and productivity, are straining corporate networks.
This white paper describes the limitations of legacy networks, especially for supporting BYOD. Understanding these limitations can pave the way for a successful BYOD management policy for campus and branch networks.
Learn how to achieve a better bring your own device policy for your organization and properly implement an integrated VPN, access control, and mobile device management solutions to deliver network security and BYOD productivity.
This paper helps outline some of the ways to control BYOD risks and outlines other factors that influence your decision to establish a BYOD policy. Like Cloud-based software delivery, BYOD presents such compelling advantages over the traditional approach that its emergence as the dominant mobile strategy appears to be a question of “when” rather than “if.”
This paper explores the BYOD trend, examines its intersections with workforce management, and provides recommendations on how organisations can maximise the return on their workforce management investments and practices in an increasingly mobile environment.
Part of a strong foundation for cloud-first, mobile-first IT includes supporting BYOD. BYOD can improve end user satisfaction and enable employees to work anywhere from any device. To really get these benefits though, the end-user experience must provide seamless access to the applications end-users want and need. Accomplishing this starts with extending app provisioning to mobile devices, and automatically deprovisioning mobile access as part of the identity lifecycle. For the best user experience, you’ll want automatic configuration of native mobile applications with mobile SSO, security settings and app settings like usernames, URLs and tenant IDs.
Provisioning devices to users should be simply an extension of the foundational identity lifecycle management system. And, mobility management should enable IT teams to implement simple policies to enable and secure access from mobile.
This eGuide provides an overview of how Okta can power BYOD programs with integrated identity and mobili
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Published By: Lookout
Published Date: Aug 30, 2017
The modern organization has recognized the need to
embrace mobile devices in the workplace. Some have fully
implemented a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program,
while some have adopted a hybrid model of corporateowned
and personally-enabled (COPE) devices. Many
companies then choose to deploy an Enterprise Mobility
Management (EMM) or Mobile Device Management (MDM)
solution to enable some control of the mobile devices
that access corporate data. For companies at this stage of
mobility, security is the next critical layer. As Gartner states,
“It is becoming increasingly important that security leaders
look at the anti-malware, mobile threat defense solutions
market, the products available and how they should be
Mobile devices are ubiquitous and end users keep tend to keep them close at hand. This represents both an opportunity and a challenge with regard to security and authentication. There is an opportunity to leverage mobile devices to provide out-of-band authentication methods for access to sensitive applications and data. There is also a growing challenge to provide user convenient authentication directly from mobile devices. This eBook will discuss these use cases and how they fit into your overall mobile authentication strategy
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Apr 11, 2018
MobileIron unified endpoint management (UEM) enables your employees to enjoy seamless access to business apps and data through secure mobile devices, desktops, and cloud services while still maintaining complete control over their privacy. Harness the power of secure modern devices, apps and cloud services to enable business innovation. With one app, enterprises can protect company data by detecting and remediating known and zero-day threats on the mobile device, and no need for users to take any action.
Read this whitepaper—Give All the People What They Want (Safely)—to learn how you can give employees the freedom to choose their own mobile devices, while still providing rock-solid enterprise security.
Companies today can’t just “bolt on” mobile capabilities. To succeed, you have to put mobile first. Read—Moving Beyond BYOD to Mobile First: A 3-Step Approach for CIOs—to learn how a making mobile a core part of your IT strategy increases revenue.
Published By: Infoblox
Published Date: Sep 09, 2014
With trends like virtualization and BYOD making networks more complex, the need for accurate and dynamic IP address management (IPAM) is growing. Learn how to implement an IPAM solution that centralizes information to create highly efficient teams.
Looking for smarter solutions for anywhere agency productivity? Watch webNetwork for Government and learn how webNetwork Unified Workspaces are the right choice for secure, reliable, mission-ready mobility. No more worries about balancing competing priorities around access, accountability, and cost - webNetwork makes IT management easy with simple deployment and a superb end-user experience.
Business today is driven by a global economy that generates an unprecedented volume, variety, and velocity of data. Security needs to adapt to a world that’s evolving faster than ever before. Read this dossier to find out more.
The trend toward consumerization in IT has strained the processes and governance put in place to ensure application security. It takes proven best practices to mitigate risk and embrace mobility without trepidation.
Gone are the days when mobility involved simply choosing a standardized device. Today, Enterprise IT leaders have to think about not just devices, but apps, data, storage, management (of devices, apps, content, and telecom expenses), security, and support. If you don’t consider your overall business goals as you develop and refine your mobility strategy, you risk investing in mobile technology for mobility’s sake alone. Smart decisions make it easier to adapt over time while keeping a lid on costs. Skyrocketing mobility costs are a common fear for organizations, but careful planning will help keep your mobility spend safely earthbound.
: Interested in knowing what CIOs and other IT executives really think about the future of enterprise mobility? Enterprise Mobile uncovers the results of a survey conducted to assess the business impact of enterprise mobility based on input from technology leaders. The webinar provides tips to prepare for the future of enterprise mobility, secrets to removing barriers to mobile strategy implementation, and shares trends around how other companies are embracing mobile security.
Creating a BYOD policy helps to minimize frustration and risk as you take advantage of cost savings. With a BYOD policy in place, you’ll be able to confidently move forward with your own BYOD program, staying at the forefront of mobility trends and fostering improved productivity and user satisfaction. Using a short template can help you identify the key elements that your policy should include. The more policy elements you’re able to cover in the template and the more elements you add on your own, the easier it will be to create the final, formal BYOD policy.
Published By: Attachmate
Published Date: Mar 20, 2013
Insider threats continue to challenge organizations, particularly as BYOD brings complexity to enterprise risk management. The latest Ponemon research highlights recent trends, risk factors and what organizations need to do now to reduce risk.