What is BYOD?
Bring your own device (BYOD) is an alternative strategy allowing
employees, business partners and other users to utilize a personally
selected and purchased client device to execute enterprise applications
and access data.
First entered in 2009, as organizations started recognizing an increasing
tendency among its employees to bring their own devices to work and
connect them to the corporate network.
Formal BYOD programs are a relatively new but fast-growing phenomenon.
The rapid proliferation of employees mobile devices is changing the
traditional IT environment in enterprises.
One in four devices used for work are
either smartphones or tablets
There is no stopping BYOD
The BYOD market will increase to
$181 billion by 2017.
95% of organisation permit
71% require technology that
enables their staff to work
anywhere at any time.(Microsoft)
70% of employees use personal
devices for business use.
WHY BYOD ?
No hassle with one device to combine work and personal activities.
Can get more work done with their own device.
Annual benefits from BYOD range from $300-$1300 per employee.
53% have raised work productivity through innovative practices enabled by
Employees feel more comfortable while working on personal devices, which
improves their job satisfaction levels.
9 out of 10
loss due to
Who use a
else use it
Who use a
BRING YOUR OWN DISASTER
Multi-layered security technologies
Pretty Good Privacy
Full Disk Encryption
Data Loss Prevention
Protects the (eroded) perimeter
DLP(Data Loss Prevention)
Good to understand where data is going
Problem is wealth of information it produces
VPN(Virtual Private Network)
Protects data in transit only
MDM-Mobile Device Management
Software that secures, monitors, manages and supports
Over-the-air distribution of applications, data and
Supports company-owned and employee-owned devices.
Addresses the limitations of Microsoft ActiveSync.
Comprehensive visibility and control over iPhones, iPads,
Androids and other popular devices with a scalable mobile
device management software solution.
Employee attitudes to work-life balance and single device usage
drive high levels of BYOD in high-growth markets
Instead of denying access citing the security concerns, it would be
best in business interest to embrace this business policy which
allows people to be more productive in longer run.
IT departments must find the right way to manage this behaviour.