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John Nielsen

Product Manager | Philadelphia
Focus On: byod, security, mdm

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Area of Expertise: Mobile Device Security and Management

Your thoughts on current state of mobility: Smartphones in the enterprise….. RIM is on the slow decline and will need enterprises to take a serious look at their tablet, the playbook (great device in my opinion), to gain any traction. BB 10 may be too late. Apple is on the rise due to their commitment to mobile device management and Google has some things they need to figure out before full adoption, but it appears they are committed to do so (eventually). Microsoft is a wildcard, Windows Phone 7 has a good OS and is great for consumers, but not so much for the Enterprise….will Windows 8 change this, unknown at this point.

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3 Considerations for a simpler BYOD policy

Successful bring your own device programs facilitate work processes instead of hindering them. If companies instate an overly restrictive BYOD policy, workers may run into obstacles that reduce their operational efficiency. The optimal enterprise mobility strategy is one that provides comprehensive mobile device security without impeding employees' pace of work.

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