Simplifying BYOD (Infographic)

How do you simplify BYOD policies?

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Simplifying BYOD

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This is what work used to be

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Through Wireless Infrastructure, this could be work today.

People could now work ANYTIME, ANYWHERE, using ANY DEVICE through BYOD and WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE

Cited Reasons for not allowing BYOD among companies

82% – Security (Malware and Viruses)

78% Cost

67% – Lack of Infrastructure to Support BYOD

BIGGEST Challenges for those with BYOD

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51% – Managing Different Regions Which Allow Varying Policies

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45% – Lack of Control Over Devices

data distribution

43% – Unauthorized Data Distribution

device-theft

40% – Mobile Device Theft

espionage

39% – Corporate Espionage

Benefits of BYOD[1]

Simple Solutions to BYOD Problems

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Implementing a BYOD policy might have some risks, but it’s clearly OUTWEIGHED by BENEFITS.
Problems could be easily solved with SIMPLE ICT SOLUTIONS. Most especially, WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE

Wireless Infrastructure
Over the Years

Speed2

• 1997-1998 – 2MB/s
• 1999-2002 – 11 MB/s
• 2003-2008 – 54 MB/s
• 2009-2012 – 600 MB/s
• 2013 – 1 GB/s
• 2014 – 7 GB/s

Capacity3

• 2009-2012 – 30-40 Clients
• 2013 – 90-100 Clients

Range

• 1997-2008 – 35 Meters
• 2009-Today – 70 Meters

Wireless Infrastructure is required to have to provide HIGH SPEED data transfer, to NUMEROUS DEVICES, in the LONGEST RANGE possible.

Implement an effective BYOD policy through a SOUND WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE, backed up with a COMPLETE ICT Setup

Sources
1. http://mobileenterprise.edgl.com/news/The- Good-and-Bad-of-BYOD86825
2. http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-N_EFC- 5uZlg/Ueu5t91eY4I/AAAAAAAAJOg/TboTaoDk3KI /s1600/ieee-802-11+wireless+lan.png
3. http://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/80068/file- 374541876- png/images/slide1.png?t=1415388441215