BYOD: ervaringen en lessons learned (ENG)- Charlie McAlister- OWD13

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Sessieronde 3 (14.00-14.45)
Sprekers : Charlie McAlister (Bradford Networks) in samenwerking met Wellingham Group
Locatie : Goudriaan I
Omschrijving : Deze sessie wordt in het Engels gegeven
Wat zijn de BYOD ervaringen van 500 onderwijsinstellingen? Bradford Networks heeft recent een onderzoek gedaan onder 500 onderwijsinstellingen in de US & UK over hun BYOD implementatie plannen voor personeel en studenten. Deze presentatie geeft de belangrijkste resultataten uit dit onderzoek en beschrijft de 6 stappen voor een 'Best Practice' benadering in de onderwijswereld. We hopen op een open discussie over de vraag of deze bevindingen en best practice ook in de Nederlandse onderwijswereld (kunnen) gelden. Wereldwijd beschermt Bradford Networks de netwerken van meer dan 600 onderwijsinstellingen als klant oa. Trinity College Dublin, University of Winchester, Oxford & Cambridge Colleges, MIT, John Hopkins, University of Texas en meerdere scholen(gemeenschappen).

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  • Regarding Education …
    K-12 is our fastest growing segment
    Wireless vendors are seeing dramatic growth in K-12.
    No shortage of studies to support technology in the classroom.
  • You are ready …
    I love this image …
    Kids are capable of doing more than we are allowing them to do.
  • Challenges fall into 3 categories
    Effort , Cost, Risk
    Supported Devices
    Acceptable Apps
    Privacy
    Protection
  • Control Access
    Jail brolken
    Patched
    AV
    Old version of PDF
    Too risky … assign it to no access, limited access … or warn the user
  • Feb 2013 started a discussion group on LinkedIn .. .K-12 BYOD .
    Approaching 3,000 members … all people like you looking for ideas, feedback
    Very actively and lively discussions.
  • BYOD: ervaringen en lessons learned (ENG)- Charlie McAlister- OWD13

    1. 1. © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    2. 2. BYOD in Education Experiences & Lessons Learned The Impact of BYOD in Education - A Survey Charlie McAlister – EMEA Director © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    3. 3. Technology Is In the Classroom … © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    4. 4. Today’s Youth Are Ready and Able … © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved. 4
    5. 5. BYOD Challenges … Effort, Cost, & Risk What are acceptable apps? What protection do you require? © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved. Where is the line on privacy? What devices should you allow?
    6. 6. Survey © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    7. 7. Key Findings - 1  There is wide acceptance for at least some level of BYOD across all educational institutions. More than 85 percent of institutions surveyed allow some form of BYOD, and only 6 percent report no plans to implement it in the future.  The technologies that students are bringing to school are extremely diverse—from traditional laptops to various flavours of smart phones and tablets, and recreational devices like gaming consoles and internet TVs.  Devices aren’t just for personal use; they’re increasingly being integrated into the classroom and learning experience. This trend will see a lot of attention in coming years as educators take advantage of personal mobile devices as part of the 21st Century Classroom and other teaching initiatives. © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    8. 8. Key Findings - 2 Security continues to be a top concern for many organizations. The survey also found evidence of questionable security practices that have been implemented, creating network vulnerabilities for many respondents. Uncertainty about how to manage network visibility and control is preventing some institutions from utilizing BYOD at its full potential. © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    9. 9. BYOD in Education Today © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    10. 10. BYOD Yes / No? © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    11. 11. Devices Involved © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    12. 12. Control of Users & Devices © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    13. 13. User Provisioning © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    14. 14. Device & Network Security © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    15. 15. Best Practices for BYOD in Education  Know what is on your network  Create/Update your BYOD policy  Implement in phases  Provide a solution for guests  Communicate the policy © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    16. 16. Know what is on your network  Conduct an in-depth analysis of your network visibility and security  How much visibility do you currently have into who and what is connecting to the network?  Can you identify the types of endpoint devices that are connecting, as well as who is using © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    17. 17. Know what is on your Network: Total Network Edge Visibility WHERE LOCATION LOCATION 1 1 Real-Time Visibility VPN LOCATION LOCATION 2 2 …. Single Network Sentry Appliance LOCATION LOCATION N N © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved. WHO WHAT WHEN
    18. 18. Create/Update your BYOD policy  What Devices?  What Operating Systems and / or Anti Virus?  What won’t you allow?  What will the User Roles be? (Admins?)  What will the Remediation Process be?  Will you allow Remote Pre-Registration for students?  Can it be simplified? © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    19. 19. Create/Update your BYOD policy BYOD Essentials W O W H A T W H E N W © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved. H H E R E
    20. 20. Create/Update your BYOD policy: Role-Based Access Policies WHO © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved. WHAT WHERE WHEN
    21. 21. Create/Update your BYOD policy Endpoint Compliance Network Assignment Safe Configuration Required OS Patch Levels Endpoint Protection Mandatory Applications Minimum Application Version © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    22. 22. Create/Update your BYOD policy: BYOD Blueprint -NAC and MDM Corp-IT Smartphone Corp Tablet Employee’s Smartphone Executive’s Tablet MDM Agent Installed or Not Guest © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved. Temp Emp Exec R&D IT
    23. 23. Implement in phases  Perform a Risk Analysis  Start with problem areas that are high risk  Expand into other areas © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    24. 24. Implement in phases  Start with problem areas  Residential students  Commuter students  Personal hardware (faculty and staff)  Grow into other areas and features  Residential  Guest Access  Campus Wide © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    25. 25. Implement in phases: Building Your BYOD Expertise Embrace Embrace Automation Policies Policies Contain Contain Block Block Visibility Visibility Disregard Disregard Visibility © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved. Policies Automation
    26. 26. Provide a solution for guests  Make guest access easy to find and connect  Limit guest access (network and bandwidth), or guest networks may become overused and overloaded © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    27. 27. Provide a solution for guests: Registration Portal Registration Portal © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    28. 28. Communicate the policy  Keep it simple: the fewer words the better  Make sure all stakeholders know the policy requirements  Offer assistance (give them a supervised place to go when they get frustrated)  Let them know you are just ensuring compliance © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    29. 29. Communicate the policy: EDU BYOD Visual Policy © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    30. 30. Las Virgenes Unified School District © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    31. 31. Schools ARE Embracing BYOD K-12 BYOD LinkedIn Group w/3,500 Members © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    32. 32. Best Practices for BYOD in Education  Know what is on your network  Create or update your BYOD policy  Implement in phases  Provide a solution for guests  Communicate the policy © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.
    33. 33. About Bradford Networks 900 Global Customers De Bestuursdienst Ommen Gemeente Dantumadiel Stichting Waternet Inspired by EDU 10 Years of BYOD Experience © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved. NETWORK SENTRY
    34. 34. Taking Action: Request Slides Ruud Peeters r.peeters@wellinghamgroup.com “K-12 BYOD” LinkedIn Group LinkedIN EDU Survey Results bradfordnetworks.com/resources Available on USB Key at Wellingham Booth © 2012 Bradford Networks. All rights reserved.

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