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BYOD Dos and Dont's Report

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DON'T THINK IN ABSOLUTES BYOD does not have to be an all or nothing proposi on in which all or no employees are eligible. TEMIA members report that for clients that implement a BYOD strategy, 88% have adopted a hybrid approach. With the hybrid model, some employees have a corporate liable program and some are eligible to use their own device under an individual liable, BYOD, CYOD or CLEO program. So far, only 12% of enterprises are transi oning all employees to a BYOD or CYOD program. There are three primary reasons for these hybrid programs. First, corporate ownership provides be er control for employers that need to protect cri cal intellectual property or sensi ve customer material that resides on employees' devices or applica ons. Second, corporate ownership avoids the blurring of personal and private data ownership between employees and employers. Finally, employers adopt hybrid programs to offer employees greater flexibility. These employees may have not been eligible for corporate paid devices and are not likely to have sensi ve material on their devices. At the same me, these employers recognize that rolling out BYOD, CYOD, COPE and CLEO programs to all employees may lead to higher costs and greater security risks. 8 All employees moved to BYOD program 12% 88% Hybrid some corporate liable and some BYOD

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