Considering a BYODInfrastructurePresented By: Melissa AndrewsApril 10, 2013
ControversyPosition and Argument SummaryArgument DetailConclusionPresentation Agenda
Suggested ConsThreatens SecurityEscalates CostsProven ProsCreates ProductivityFosters InnovationShould We Implement a Bring YourOwn Device (BYOD) Infrastructure?
Tighten Security ControlsOptimize Technical CostsIncrease Employee ProductivityFoster Technical InnovationImplement Pioneering StrategyWe Should Implement a BYODInfrastructure
Although 55% of the federal employees who usesmartphones or tablets for work bring their own, just11% of them say their agency has an official BYODpolicy at all.Source: (1)Prevent Rogue DevicesTighten Security Controls
With hosted VDI, no data ever leaves the data center.Through the use of security policies, administrators of client-hosted VDI can have virtual machines expire after a specifiedtime, helping to prevent data leakage.Source (2)Source (3)Minimize Data LeakageTighten Security ControlsVirtual Desktop Environment
Virginia Bank VP of IT, Sharon Moynihan credits the cloudcomponent of the bank’s BYOD model for delivering the costsavings…. Virginia Commerce Bank stands to save roughly$1,500 per [BYOD] device.Source (4)Reduce Capital ExpendituresOptimize Technical Costs
The State of Delaware has begun “a two year transitionplan to migrate all users off of the existing infrastructureby June 30, 2013 and move them to either a personaldevice through a proposed reimbursement program”“By doing so, the state stands to save up to $2.5 milliondollars annually through the reimbursement program butalso would save $75K in lifecycle costs and $120K inongoing support. “Source (5)Reallocate Technical ResourcesOptimize Technical Costs
“One of the strong drivers of BYOD activity is that people wantto use a single device for both work and personal purposes”Source (6)In 2011 Mobile Workers carried on average 2.7 devices (spanningtablets, laptops, smartphones, netbooks, etc.). In 2012 thatjumped to 3.5 devices. For the Q1 2013 report that dropped to 3devices (2.95). This recent drop is directly attributed to BYOD.Source (7)Optimize Electronic DevicesIncrease Employee Productivity
“According to a 2010 IDC-Unisys report, consumer-powered IT isbeing touted as the principal driver behind the fourth wave ofcorporate productivity. The first wave was inspired by Henry Fordsinvention of the assembly line (between 1908 and 1915). TheJapanese collaborative model, Kaizen, was the second wave. Thethird was driven by the Chinese model of mass production, lowprices and global domination.”“Today, the fourth wave is driven by a network of constantlyconnected workers. A network connected by mobiles, laptops,smartphones and the like.”Source (8)Facilitate Unrestricted MobilityIncrease Employee Productivity
Elevate Workforce CompositionFoster Technical Innovation“It is especially true for Millennialsand teleworkers.”“Increased flexibility is attractive.”“It shows your office is forwardthinking, savvy, and efficient.”Source (9)
“In an organization where the average age of employees rangesbetween 28 to 30 years…. Prabhu realized that this squad of powerusers was far ahead of their peers when it came to adopting whiz-bang technology.“[BYOD] would allow the IT team to focus on strategic innovationinstead of fixing IT issues. Keeping the IT team enthused is animperative at a time when attrition is rampant and work pressure ismounting.”“[BYOD] would free my IT resources from managing non-strategicassets and help me focus on high business value initiatives.”Source (8)Leverage Technical AdvancesFoster Technical Innovation
“Groups like Gartner … claim that BYOD will rise to become amajor technology trend in 2013, largely based on the hugeamount of iPads streaming into employees’ hands. These tabletsin the workplace are expected to reach 250 million by 2016,according to findings by Forrester Research.”Source (10)Create Infrastructure VersatilityImplement Pioneering Strategy
S Source (11)Embrace the FutureImplement Pioneering StrategyVirtual DesktopInfrastructureMobile DeviceManagement SystemsDual-Persona DevicesSource (10)
Prevent Rogue Devices Minimize Data Leakage Reduce Capital Expenditures Reallocate Technical Resources Optimize Electronic Devices Facilitate Unrestricted Mobility Elevate Workforce Composition Leverage Technical Advances Create Infrastructure Versatility Embrace the FutureA BYOD Infrastructure is a Must!
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