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BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE. Presenter: Rachelle R. Green Duffy & Sweeney, Ltd. OVERVIEW. A New Style of IT – Data, Data Everywhere…. Every 60 seconds:. 698,445 Google searches. 217 new mobile web users. 695,000 status updates. 98,000+ tweets. 168 million+ emails sent.

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BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE

Presenter:

Rachelle R. Green

Duffy & Sweeney, Ltd.


OVERVIEW


A New Style of IT – Data, Data Everywhere…

Every 60 seconds:

698,445Google searches

217 new mobile web users

695,000 status updates

98,000+ tweets

168 million+ emails sent

1,820 TB of data created

11 millioninstant messages


BYOD Adoption


BYOD Implementation Scenarios

Embrace– Allow everyone to use all devices to access all resources

Contain– Allow some people to use some devices to access some resources

Disregard– Ignoring the presence of personally owned devices in a corporate environment

Block– Ban the use of consumer-grade products or services by explicitly prohibiting their use in an appropriate policy

High

Business Value

Low

Low

High

Security Pressure

Gartner, “NAC Strategies for Supporting BYOD Environments,” December 2011, Lawrence Orans and John Pescatore


What is Information Governance?

http://www.gartner.com/it-glossary/information-governance


  • Increased Productivity & Accessibility

  • Cool factor/morale

  • Convenience/work-life

  • Physical & Cyber Security

  • Confidentiality

  • Privacy v. monitoring

  • Data flows/access

  • Mobile Device Management

  • NAC

  • Employment Issues

    • Wage/Hour

    • Expense Reimbursement

    • Harassment

  • Global Trade/encryption

  • IT Infrastructure

  • Hardware savings

  • Bandwidth/Network

  • App selection/development

  • Records & Info Management

  • Legal Hold/Discovery

http://www.edrm.net/archives/13649


The Implementation Roadmap

BYOD Policy fundamentals


Security Issue Spotting


Privacy Issue Spotting


Other Best Practices


Additional Concerns


QUESTIONS?


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