Delivering a BYOD policy requires a comprehensive and inclusive approach.
From the definition of the business use case and appropriate corporate policies, to delivering and supporting the new applications mobile users need to do their jobs.
Mobility also means expanding the speed and capacity of your Wi-Fi network so it’s able to support the surge in the use of new mobile devices and deliver the rich mobile experience users expect. And your network must be properly secured so make sure it delivers the right level of access to each device based on a thorough endpoint assessment.
The most significant challenge will be balancing the needs of the business with what your users have come to expect from the mobile experience. You will need to educate the entire organisation on what is possible, practical, manageable, affordable and acceptable.
You must ensure that your organisation’s aspirations for mobility are realised without exposing the business to unacceptable risk. To make this happen, business executives, IT staff and the user community will need to work together. Cross-organisational collaboration is the only way to develop and deliver a comprehensive, secure and successful mobility enablement strategy.
Your mobility strategy is likely to become the catalyst for your business transformation. But to get it right, it needs to be a top down, bottom up, inclusive process that spans multiple layers of the business and includes all the key stakeholders.El servicio