Arguably, with faster transmission speeds and more reliability, the only network an enterprise needs is a wireless one. That is one of the factors driving the adoption of the 802.11ac Wi-Fi protocol.
Two of the most prominent enterprise mobility models battling for acceptance are BYOD and COPE, also known as corporate-owned, personal-enabled. Has one of them triumphed already?
Companies are looking to vendors to help them sort out BYOD expenses attributable to work and personal use. Craig Mathias, a principal at consulting firm Farpoint Group, lays out four BYOD reimbursement approaches for enterprises to choose from.
BYOD is here to stay, and enterprises need to figure out a way to manage the costs associated with a BYOD program. Here are some tips to keep BYOD expenses from getting out of control.
Should any given enterprise allow any and/or all mobile OSs on its network as part of a BYOD implementation? Does BYOD mean bring any device?