The call for a mobile workforce is getting stronger with each passing quarter. Have you recently been asked by an employee why they can't work from home, on the road, from space? (Richard Branson thinks it will be here sooner than you think, but we digress).
You probably would like to give your employees that autonomy, but the fear of your data getting into the wrong hands is enough to give a strict no.
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Multi-device workplaces create new challenges for IT
|Today’s workplace trends:||Obstacles for IT:|
| 66%||Nearly two-thirds of employees use |
personal devices for work purposes.
|Loss of device control: Multiple devices and platforms, both personal and corporate-owned, challenge IT’s jurisdiction over access, apps and assets. IT is still expected to provide peak- performance and consistent services across all devices.|
|70%||of mobile employees are unhappy with the mobility capabilities they receive.||Connection confusion: Employees working outside the |
office connect to the corporate network in a variety of ways, from any number of locations—not all of which are secure.
IT must manage connection permissions to data, while
navigating different devices and access information.
|20%||of enterprise BYOD programs will fail due to enterprise deployment of mobile device management measures that are too restrictive. |
Gartner, “Predicts 2014: mobile
and wireless” by Ken Dulaney,
November 8, 2014.
|Increased security risk: More devices create more risk: often devices used to access corporate data and resources are employee-owned and are used off premises. IT must maintain security with less control over device and networking.|