TechNet Radio: (Part 1) Understanding BYOD: What it Means for My Company

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In this two part series with Sr. Knowledge Engineer Yuri Diogenes and Kevin Remde we explore the world of “Bring Your Own Device” or BYOD scenarios and how more IT organizations are trying to support it. In part one we try to help explain its benefits, challenges and considerations that need to be made around BYOD.

  • [2:51] Let’s start with a brief summary of the concept of BYOD
  • [4:15] Why should my company embrace BYOD as something we should strive for?
  • [7:04] Is this something that’s easy to allow? Can I just say “sure, bring your iPad and we’ll give you full access to all that you need from your personal device”, or is it more complex than that?
  • [8:45] Is there anything else that my business needs to consider?

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