Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
As technology evolves and users demand to work from anywhere and any device, it is important that companies have a strategy to embrace this new model. In this new model IT doesn’t have full control of the device, however is necessary to have some level of security in place to enable users to be productive no matter where they are. This model is also called BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and there are many elements on this model that must be addressed before you enable users to access corporate information from their own devices.
01 Apr 2014
What are your BYOD Challenges? - Australian Teachers Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
Before embrace BYOD read this document to understand what the challenges around BYOD are and general considerations on how to deal with them.
Why are employers embracing bring your own device (BYOD)? - Microsoft Business UK
One common question that is raised by decision makers about BYOD is why is this something that my company should do? What are the benefits of embracing BYOD? Read this article to better understand the advantages of embracing BYOD and how to balance risks with benefits.
Design your BYOD Acceptable Use Policy - Microsoft Business UK
During the planning phase you will have to evaluate if your current company policy needs to be adjusted to better fit the requirements of BYOD. Consider covering privacy, financial aspects, interactions with third parties, licensing and many others components. Read this article to obtain more information and considerations regarding this components and how they will be affected by BYOD.
How to Implement a Secure BYOD Environment - Devices | TechNet
If you plan to embrace BYOD you must take into account the secure challenges that are involved. Securing a BYOD environment is top priority for any company that wants to have their users using their own device to access corporate information. Read this article to obtain key fundamental aspects around this subject.
Mobile devices: Balancing mobility and IT security
Mobile devices are the center of the BYOD discussion and the secure concerns regarding mobile devices goes beyond BYOD itself. Many companies are already enabling users to have remote access to their company resources and this is slightly moving towards allowing users to have access from their own mobile devices. This move without a correct strategy and plan in place can be dangerous. Read this article for more information regarding this balance between mobility and IT security.
Download BYOD Devices - A Deployment Guide for Education from Official Microsoft Download Center
Education is one of the areas in which BYOD is growing due the natural demand of users bringing any type of device to their schools. There are many considerations and requirements for the education that must be covered in a BYOD strategy. How schools should deal with BYOD and keep their data secure? This among many other questions and answers will be available in this deployment guide for Education.
Windows Server 2012 R2 Capabilties for BYOD Scenario [PPT]
Today people want to work anywhere on any device and companies need to secure enable users to do that. How do you enable this, yet retain control and meet compliance requirements. In this presentation we will take a look at how Windows Server 2012 R2 can assist you to enable BYOD scenario by leveraging the Microsoft’s people-centric IT vision that helps organizations to enable and embrace the consumerization of IT.