2012 CIO Symposium BYOD Breakout


Organizations that believe they can save money and enhance productivity just by saying, “BYOD? We’re cool with that”, are really setting themselves up for a fall. 

This issue is about connection and communication, not the hardware itself. The benefits that arise from getting this point right all arise from the standard considerations - reduction of cost and risk plus value creation. 

The questions IT needs to answer come thick and fast. Which devices? Do we include tablets? Fully employee owned, company subsidized, company “leased” for its teams? All good questions, but BYOD isn’t only about devices, but something much more important - their use. 

This session will explore the successes, challenges and key issues for peer IT executives and their organizations that are developing and implementing BYOD strategies.

Listen here.