The BYOD dilemma
Companies must adapt to these changing requirements of the consumer, so as to tap into markets, which are becoming more and more niche. With the need for accessibility intensifying, it becomes inevitable for us to work towards creating, combining and enhancing technology that delivers the best value to our customers over the long-term.
Organisations ranging from corporate to public entities such as schools and healthcare providers are being transformed by sweeping changes in technology and mobility that impact how people work, interact, collaborate, study and learn. The proliferation of devices such as smartphones, tablets and high powered portable notebooks, combined with the pervasiveness of social media and its increasing impact on corporate brand and sales have caused lines to blur between personal and professional life.
Students stream lectures over personal computers while simultaneously checking their Facebook page on their mobile phone, while employees check email, tweet and blog from coffee shops and airports. Whether logging onto the university’s online library or the corporation’s collaboration tool, limitless access, flexibility and mobility define today’s end user computing environment and underscore the expectations of end user.
However in today’s time of unlimited access, the need for security is greatly undermined. Accessing secure data over unsecure networks can be potentially fatal for organisations. As a result, CIOs need to address two fundamental end user computing challenges, in order to
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