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A BYOC program enables the use of employee-owned smartphones, tablets, and laptops for business use. The growing popularity and use of personal devices, such as the iPad, is challenging IT to develop a position on their use in the workplace.
This storyboard explores:
- The objectives for a successful BYOC deployment: reducing cost and complexity of desktop management; improving agility and accessibility; and ensuring that security is not sacrificed in achieving those goals.
- Building out the four pillars of capability to prepare your environment for BYOC: infrastructure, security, operations & support, and policy development.
- Refocusing efforts in the last mile by developing a clear communications strategy to manage expectations and prepare for change.
Success in BYOC can be achieved. Rather than just saying no, focus on how to drive positive, secure change in the desktop environment.