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Devise a permissive not restrictive BYOD policy

Bring your own device (BYOD) policies give your employees the freedom to create, collaborate, and execute regardless of time or space, so the key is to tap into the potential of these ubiquitous endpoints without putting corporate assets at risk, said Neal Bradbury (@IntronisInc), co founder and VP of channel development, Intronis. Stop implementing massive over priced solutions that are too difficult for users to use and stop banning [employees] from deploying these outside, unsanctioned applications, suggested Simon Bain (@sibain), CEO, SearchYourCloud. Instead, focus on how you can extend, enhance, and add additional functionality to these downloadable apps that address issues surrounding security.


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Integrate unified communications
Use Big Data to understand user mobile behavior
Watch your speed
Devise a permissive not restrictive BYOD policy
Get Goldilocks visibility into your cloud
Utilize productivity suites
Expose APIs to mobile
Test in public cloud move to private cloud for production
Ignore server data organization when defining mobile strategy
Develop a cloud first and a mobile first strategy
Secure mobile device data at all stages
Manage poor connectivity to the cloud
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