Mobile Device Management

BYOD Dos and Dont's Report

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4 Motus.com Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) is similar to BYOD, but employees can only use devices and applica ons from their employer's approved list. With Corporate Liable Employee Owned (CLEO) employees own the devices, but the employer is responsible, or liable, to pay for monthly service costs. Corporate Owned Personally-Enabled (COPE) is the opposite of BYOD. Instead of making corporate func ons work on personal devices, COPE enables personal use of company devices for personal ac vi es including social sites, e-mail, calls, etc. Employers provide employees with devices and applica ons and the company maintains ownership. With this approach, employers are able to leverage volume discounts for purchase of the devices, services and management. The employer also has more control to secure devices. Of the four alterna ves to corporate liable, BYOD is the most widespread. TEMIA members report that 48% of their clients have adopted it and another 20% are evalua ng it. BYOD also presents a contradic on. It would appear to release employers from expenses associated with providing and managing devices and applica ons, but it doesn't. TEMIA members have found that for clients that implement a BYOD strategy, 69% report that costs are either rising or about the same. In the context of telecommunica ons, BYOD is any employee device (smartphone, cell phone, tablet, notebook or PC) or applica on (mobile or cloud based) that accesses corporate networks through the use of telecommunica ons services. The corporate network includes corporate internets, corporate intranets and carrier services purchased by the corpora on, in addi on to local networks, guest networks or core networks with SIP or VoIP services that are controlled by enterprise, ISDN or next genera on MPLS services. CYOD IS when employees can only use devices and applica ons from their employer's approved list. CLEO IS when employees own the devices, but the employer is responsible, or liable, to pay for monthly service costs. COPE IS the opposite of BYOD. Instead of making corporate func ons work on personal devices, COPE enables personal use of company devices for personal ac vi es including social sites, e-mail, calls, etc. BYOD IS any employee device (smartphone, cell phone, tablet, notebook or PC) or applica on (mobile or cloud based) that accesses corporate networks through the use of telecommunica ons services. 44% 25% 25% 6% SPENDING ON MOBILE TELECOM SERVICES ARE RISING COSTS ARE ABOUT THE SAME UNABLE TO TRACK BYOD'S IMPACT ON COSTS COSTS GOING DOWN 69%

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