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Staying Compliant with BYOD Programs

Find out how to implement a BYOD program, and protect your data, networks and employees – all while controlling administrative complexity and meeting government compliance requirements. Read the white paper.

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  • Mobile Device Ownership: How to Choose the Right Mix

    Today, companies all around the world are adopting the bring your own device (BYOD) philosophy.  In fact, recent studies conducted by TechRepublic discovered that 62 percent of companies already have BYOD in place, or plan to implement it by the end of the year.  But do these companies actually let their employees use their personal devices?  Are there other alternatives?

    It’s clear that when it comes to planning and implementing a mobility strategy, there is no “one size fits all” policy that fits every organization.  This white paper provides readers with answers to many questions CIOs are asking, including:

    • What’s the right security framework for our network?
    • What makes the most business sense?
    • What do employees want and need?
    • And more

  • The New Advantages in BES10: What the Latest Update (v10.2) Delivers

    There’s no question that bring your own device (BYOD) is taking the business world by storm.  However, with so many devices and operating systems to choose from, finding a way to integrate security and connectivity features across all platforms can be difficult.  BlackBerry® Enterprise Service 10 (BES10) is a unified platform for managing these issues.

    This data sheet addresses these problems and provides the reader with plenty of mobile device management options included in BlackBerry’s latest BES update (v10.2), including:

    • Handling corporate-owned BYOD devices from a single management console
    • Supporting all device ownership models
    • A self-service portal for users
    • And more

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