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Take Control Of BYOD


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Mobile enterprise management is a strategic investment companies can make to control and secure BYOD environments while increasing employee productivity. …

Mobile enterprise management is a strategic investment companies can make to control and secure BYOD environments while increasing employee productivity.

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  • 1. An IDC Infographic, sponsored by Dell THE EVOLUTION OF MOBILE ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT What's driving it – benefits for end users and IT of deploying these solutions 1 Increasingly, the devices used for business are not company owned IN 2013 69% of all business-use smartphones are employee-owned 31% are corporateowned. THE FACT THAT THE VAST MAJORITY OF DEVICES ARE NOW BYOD FUNDAMENTALLY CHANGES THE WAY IT MUST THINK ABOUT MANAGING AND SECURING THE DATA ON THESE DEVICES. 2 The increase in BYO devices means that enterprise IT increasingly has to support various device types IN 2013 45% of enterprises plan to support 3 or more mobile operating systems 83% 77% of companies plan to support tablets plan to support 2 or more mobile operating systems THIS IS IN ADDITION TO DESKTOP OPERATING SYSTEMS. 3 This device fragmentation leads to security concerns... 72% 4 OF ALL ENTERPRISES SURVEYED SAID ENHANCING SECURITY IS THEIR NUMBER ONE FUTURE MOBILITY INITIATIVE Companies are most interested in device management to alleviate security and compliance concerns TOP 3 CAPABILITIES ENTERPRISES ARE SEEKING IN A MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT SOLUTION: #1 #2 POLICY ENFORCEMENT 5 SECURITY FEATURES SUCH AS: ENCRYPTION, APPLICATION WHITE/BLACK LISTING REMOTE DEVICE WIPE/LOCK Organizations must also think about how they protect apps and content – especially on BYOD devices where they may not want full control of the device: Almost 40% of companies have already deployed application containerization solutions for corporate applications and data, with another 45% saying that they are currently evaluating or plan to deploy in the next 12 months. 6 #3 77% of enterprises are considering rolling out a mobile content management solution. Top two features required are preventing data loss and data protection while in transit and at rest. BYOD models have benefits for the company and end users. Top reasons enterprises deploy BYOD programs: 1 Cost savings for the company 2 To allow users device choice 3 To ensure that devices accessing the corporate network have the correct security/policies in place 4 To demonstrate progressiveness from the IT staff and company All IDC research is © 2013 by IDC. All rights reserved.  All IDC materials are licensed with IDC's permission and in no way does the use or publication of IDC research indicate IDC's endorsement of Dell’s products/or strategies.