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The proliferation and diversity of communication technologies, media and devices, combined with the popularity of remote working have created a technical nightmare for users and IT managers alike.Since the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is inevitable, organizations must find a way to adapt, overcome their BYOD concerns and take advantage of the new reality. Is your network ready?
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  • 1. GET YOUR COMPLEMENTARY NETWORK ASSESSMENT > IS YOUR NETWORK READY FOR BYOD? www.alcatel-lucent.com Alcatel, Lucent, Alcatel-Lucent and the Alcatel-Lucent logo are trademarks of Alcatel-Lucent. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. The information presented is subject to change without notice. Alcatel-Lucent assumes no responsibility for inaccuracies contained herein. Copyright ©2014 Alcatel-Lucent. All rights reserved. E2014045255EN (May) Sources: 1 Nydailynews.com, March 22, 2013, How smartphones are on the verge of taking over the world 2 How to Take Video Mobile With Enterprise Video Content Management. – Gartner 2013 3 Five Steps to a Successful BYOC Program Survey – Forrester 4 Alcatel-Lucent Dynamic Tour 2013 PowerPoint presentation, Energize Your Workforce With a New Communication Experience 5 Workforce Mobilization: What Your IT Department Should Know – Workshare 2013 6 Ovum’s BYOD Survey, September, 2012, excerpt from online press release 7 Cost of connecting Apple’s iPad – Gartner Each day, more new mobile devices are activated than there are children born into the world1 Workers spend an average of $1,253 annually of their own money on computers to do their jobs3 YOUR WORLD HAS CHANGED BYOD IS A REALITY SO HOW DO YOU… 5 POLICIES TO EASE BYOD ADOPTION: SECURITY CONCERNS… …WON’T STOP BYOD CONNECT DEVICES EASILY GIVE EMPLOYEE DEVICE FREEDOM PROTECT YOUR NETWORK AND USERS ALL WHILE MINIMIZING IMPACT ON IT AND THE HELPDESK AUTOMATED DEVICE PROVISIONING • Simple & secure authentication for wired and wireless devices • Offload IT burden DEVICE HEALTH CHECKS • Detect unsecure devices & block access to network resources • Auto-remediate the device DEVICE FINGER PRINTING • Greater visibility • Enhanced user experience ADVANCED GUEST MANAGEMENT • Empower users & improve customer satisfaction • Offload IT burden • Potential revenue generator CONTEXT-AWARE POLICY • Based on user profile plus device & application type • Network adjusts automatically based on user location • Help enforce security, prioritization and quality of service The cost of connecting personal mobile devices to the corporate network ranges from $568 to $1,285 7 of enterprises will support corporate apps on personal devices by 20142 90% of android apps are malware infected 4 25% of employees use free file- sharing apps, 55% of those do it without informing IT 5 60% of organizations have seen large cost savings since embracing BYOD 67% of organizations get several complaints a day from employee having trouble connecting to corporate WLAN with a mobile device 52% of users can be identified and tracked without cookies through device fingerprinting 94% of today’s BYOD activity remains unmanaged by IT departments 6 80% Employees gain 9 hours of productivity per week by using their own devices for business outside the office 9hours The proliferation and diversity of communication technologies, media and devices, combined with the popularity of remote working have created a technical nightmare for users and IT managers alike. Since the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is inevitable, organizations must find a way to adapt, overcome their BYOD concerns and take advantage of the new reality. BYOD:EXPECT DEVICE FREEDOM