Dioscuri - a BYOD Generation

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Dioscuri - a BYOD Generation

  1. 1. “bring your own device” (BYOD) Advantages: • BYOD programs generally shift costs to the user. • worker satisfaction. Users have the laptops and smartphones they have for a reason • BYOD devices tend to be more cutting edge, so the organization gets the benefit of the latest features and capabilities. • Users also upgrade to the latest hardware more frequently than the painfully slow refresh cycles at most organizations. Disadvantages: • By embracing BYOD, organizations lose much of the control over the IT hardware and how it is used. • Rules of engagement are required and expectations are stated up front. • Minimum security requirements are needed. Even mandate company-sanctioned security tools should be used, as a condition for allowing personal devices to connect to company data and network resources • Issue of compliance and ownership arise when it comes to data: • Businesses that fall under compliance mandates such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, or GLBA have certain requirements related to information security and safeguarding specific data. • In the event that a worker is let go, or leaves the company of their own accord, segregating and retrieving company data can be a problem. (there should be a policy in place that governs how that data will be retrieved from the personal laptop and/or smartphone) • Organizations only have two options for compensation, stipend programs and expense back programs.© 2009 – 2012 Mobee Communications Ltd, All rights reserved.
  2. 2. “bring your own device” (BYOD) • Highly Regulated Industries Embrace BYOD: Large companies from the Finance/Insurance and Healthcare industries dominate the overall BYOD picture, with Retail/Wholesale and Government less likely to support BYOD, at least right now. • Big Companies Get BYOD: 80 percent of those supporting BYOD have over 2,000 employees; 60 percent have over 5,000 employees; and 35 percent have over 10,000 employees. • Employees Are Willing to Pay for Personal Choice: 50 percent of companies with BYOD models are requiring employees to cover all costs – and they are happy to do so; 45 percent provide their employees with a stipend or “expense back” option to help subsidize the cost of their mobile device or service plan. • Offering BYOD Stipend Increases Adoption: Companies that offer BYOD stipends have the highest rate of employees using mobile devices when compared to companies that require employees cover all BYOD costs themselves, or allow for expense‐back of service plan costs, but limit to users with management pre‐approval. • BYOD Goes Global: Many believe that BYOD “doesn’t work” outside U.S. due to international privacy laws and/or greater exposure to highly variable roaming costs. Our data clearly shows otherwise – with nearly half (44.9 percent) of respondents indicating they are already deploying BYOD programs in multiple countries. Ref Source: http://media.www1.good.com/documents/Good_Data_BYOD_2011.pdf© 2009 – 2012 Mobee Communications Ltd, All rights reserved.
  3. 3. Market PlayersThe industry is still two years or more away from wide-scale adoption of any kind ofBYOD enablement. • AT&T announced plans to offer a new service, called Toggle that will securely run enterprise apps like email on any Android phone a worker chooses to buy. • VMware is teaming up with LG to offer virtualized mobile devices that will allow a single phone to run two operating systems, one for business use and one for personal use. • Red Bend and Open Kernel Labs are all developing types of virtualization technology to separate enterprise apps on phones. • Citrix is also rumored to be repackaging its products and services to make it easier for customers to use its virtualization, remote-access and cloud services to offer in the short term the kind of virtual work-device. © 2009 – 2012 Mobee Communications Ltd, All rights reserved.
  4. 4. © 2009 – 2012 Mobee Communications Ltd, All rights reserved.
  5. 5. ™ One workspace, multiple Personalities© 2009 – 2012 Mobee Communications Ltd, All rights reserved.
  6. 6. How it works? As simple as 1-2-3!How can a simple idea help IT Managers balance work life and personal needs© 2009 – 2012 Mobee Communications Ltd, All rights reserved.
  7. 7. ™ Your work and personal space on a single device• Dioscuri Manager o A Complete Cloud based Mobile Device Management (MDM) o IT managers, control your mobile business space from any location.• Enterprise Communications o Integrated Mobile IP Voice with corporate PBX ( it enables to use the desk phone number on the road, while keeping personal number private. © 2009 – 2012 Mobee Communications Ltd, All rights reserved.
  8. 8. ™ Your work and personal space on a single device • Security o Android 4.0.x On-Device data encryption o Separate Internal storage allocation of Enterprise Data (Complete isolation) o Remote Firewall management o Meet PCI DSS, HIPAA or GLBA compliance requirements© 2009 – 2012 Mobee Communications Ltd, All rights reserved.
  9. 9. ™ Your work and personal space on a single device• Extensions o A Complete Cloud based Mobile Device Management (MDM) o Secure Enterprise Network Connect ( BOYD as a full element on Enterprise Network) o IT managers control your mobile business space from any location. o BOYD can use Data and Voice on a separate SIM configuration o Enterprise Sales managers protect your sales contacts when an employee leaves the organization. o Enterprise Connect • Microsoft Exchange • Lotus Domini Servers • Shared network files • Enterprise Google Docs • Folders • Access other network elements © 2009 – 2012 Mobee Communications Ltd, All rights reserved.
  10. 10. Integration (partners) + + + + + + This page has been left blank intentionally© 2009 – 2012 Mobee Communications Ltd, All rights reserved.

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