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  1. President & CEO March 22, 2011

  2. www.sharepointpromag.com

  3. Speakers

  4. BYOD and SharePoint Survey Results:What Every Organization Needs to Know Michael D. Osterman Principal, Osterman Research, Inc. June 7, 2012

  5. About Osterman Research Focused on the messaging, Web and collaboration industries Practice areas include archiving, security, encryption, content management, etc. Strong emphasis on primary research conducted with decision makers and influencers Founded in 2001 Based near Seattle

  6. Survey Background Osterman Research conducted an online survey during early May 2012 986 surveys were completed Survey base was a combination of Colligo Networkscontacts and the Osterman Research surveypanel A combination of small, mid-sized and largeorganizations were surveyed

  7. Personal Devices are Pervasive • Personally-owned smartphones • 79% of organizations use them • 6% will use them in them in the future • iPads and other tablets • 71% use them • 10% will use them in the future • Personal smartphones are nearly as pervasiveas company-supplied devices • But personal iPads and other tablets are more widely used than those supplied by employers

  8. A Major Disconnect on Policy • Only 48% of organizations currently have a formal IT policy for supporting personally-owned mobile devices for business purposes • 27% will have such policies in the future • Personal smartphones and tablets are used in many more organizations than have an IT policy to support them • This creates: • A serious potential for data breaches • Opportunities for unmanaged access to corporate data and systems • Increased corporate risk

  9. BYOD is Really BYODA • Many applications are used without IT’s blessing • Dropbox • 22% use with IT’s blessing • 40% use it without • Microsoft SkyDrive • 19% use with IT’s blessing • 27% use it without • Apple iCloud • 13% use with IT’s blessing • 30% use it without

  10. Mobile Use is Being Hindered • Is the use of smartphones being hindered because your IT department cannot manage them as they would like? • 25% say Yes • 26% say they’re Not Sure • Is the use of iPads or other tabletsbeing hindered because your ITdepartment cannot manage themas they would like? • 31% say Yes • 24% say they’re Not Sure • There is a critical need to managemobile devices

  11. Leading Concerns • Senior IT management are concerned or very concerned about: • Security of corporate data on mobile devices: 77% • Loss or theft of mobile devices with corporate data: 73% • Security of network access from mobile devices: 72% • Corporate data on mobile devices being outside IT’s control: 68% • Senior business management are concerned or very concerned about: • Security of corporate data on mobile devices: 62% • Loss or theft of mobile devices with corporate data: 63% • Security of network access from mobile devices: 52% • Corporate data on mobile devices being outside IT’s control: 47% • IT are much more likely to understand the key issues of BYOD

  12. Risk for Corporate Data For corporate data stored on mobile devices, 30% is synced using a third-party, cloud-based system 28% is moved there using a specific application 42% is moved there using some other method 38% have banned or limited the use ofcloud-based, file transfer solutions But 62% have not

  13. SharePoint is Widely Deployed • 68% of the survey sample is using it organization-wide • 22% are using it, but only in certain departments • Most common applications for SharePoint: • Collaboration (87%) • Document management (80%) • Corporate intranet (73%) • Forms and workflow (65%) • 13% of users access SharePoint via a smartphone,12% do so via an iPad or some other tablet

  14. Mobile SharePoint Access is Increasing 65% of organizations report that the number ofusers that want to access SharePoint from mobiledevices has increased over the past 12 months 63% of organizations would prefer their mobileusers to access SharePoint using a client appinstead of via a browser

  15. Central Management is Critical • The most common mobile-related SharePointactivities: • Access documents and files while offline (85%) • Email links instead of attachments (64%) • Editing documents/syncing changesto SharePoint (62%) • Creating calendar items (59%) • 68% of organizations report that it iscritical for all SharePoint client accessto be centrally managed and administered

  16. For More Information Osterman Research, Inc. +1 253 630 5839 / +1 206 905 1010 info@ostermanresearch.com www.ostermanresearch.com ostermanresearch.wordpress.com mosterman

  17. Speakers

  18. The iPad/Tablet Invasion

  19. BYOD - Its not about the device • Security • Administration

  20. Colligo BriefcaseThe simplicity of iPad. The security of SharePoint. Secure mobile access to SharePoint content from the iPad

  21. iPad Device Security SharePoint user Credentials and passcodes Application data cache encryption Additional device security Jailbreaking

  22. Cloud Computing … when you’re in the clouds.

  23. Keeping Control But letting go.

  24. Thank You!! Q&A Session www.colligo.com/blog Recording & slides online tomorrow www.colligo.com/byod Try Colligo Briefcase now! www.colligo.com/briefcase