Bring your own device to your local state

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Invited Speaker Presentation to Georgia Technical Summit in December 2012.

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Bring your own device to your local state

  1. 1. Bring Your Own Device To Your Local State Agency Dr. Curtis A. Carver Jr. Vice Chancellor and CIO Board of Regents
  2. 2. Agenda• Trends• Implications• Discussion
  3. 3. Consumerization of IT– Bring Your Own Device will change workplace culture and processes. Embrace the change.– IT is losing control (like it ever had or wanted control). Ride the Wave.
  4. 4. Four Big Things to think About (in a Holiday Theme) Data Policy Technology Apps Devices Education Work Play
  5. 5. Think Policy Technology EducationKey Questions on Devices:• Which operating systems to innovate against?• Technical support?• Approval process & stipends to buy?
  6. 6. Think Policy Technology EducationKey Questions on Apps:• Which Apps to support (innovate against)?• Managed, Unmanaged, Italian Style?• Training (agency specific or everything) ?
  7. 7. Think Policy Technology EducationKey Questions on Data:• Who Owns the Data when the Device Walks Away?• Cloud Solutions and Privacy and Open Records• Mobile Device Management: mix of policy, technology, and education?
  8. 8. Think Policy Technology EducationKey Questions on Work/Play:• Do You Care When or Where the Work Gets Done? (DYCWWGD)• What are appropriate limits?• Do you really want to check everything?
  9. 9. Bring Your Own Device: What to Do?• Changes everything• Lose Control or Ride the Wave?• Protect the data• State government has unique challenges in this space
  10. 10. Questions, Comments, a Conversation Dr. Curtis A. Carver Jr. Vice Chancellor and CIO Board of Regents

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