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Should We Do It? BYOD. Group X06 NAH ZHENG XIANG PHILSONA0067379M TAY WEN YIN (JASLYN)A0071489U WONG CHIH YONGA0075128E GOH AIK HWEEA0075053L Our Team.

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Presentation on theme: "Should We Do It? BYOD. Group X06 NAH ZHENG XIANG PHILSONA0067379M TAY WEN YIN (JASLYN)A0071489U WONG CHIH YONGA0075128E GOH AIK HWEEA0075053L Our Team."— Presentation transcript:

1 Should We Do It? BYOD

2 Group X06 NAH ZHENG XIANG PHILSONA M TAY WEN YIN (JASLYN)A U WONG CHIH YONGA E GOH AIK HWEEA L Our Team

3 Introduction BYOD and Intel Issues & Implications Implementation Conclusion Presentation Agenda

4 Introduction

5 The Post-PC Era Increased consumerization of technology Increased adoption of mobile devices Evolution of ubiquitous services Cloud and social media technologies Blurring lines of work and personal Many organizations are supporting it 62% to support by years end IT Consumerization

6 Strengths Costs savings & ROI Connected mobile workforce Appeals to younger workforce Weaknesses System integration & interoperability Needs additional policies & measures Opportunities Freedom of choice for employees Apps for mobile productivity Maintain competitive edge Threats Increased security risks Causes blurring of work & personal SWOT Analysis

7 Intel

8 Advantages Productivity gains Work outside office hours Real-time collaboration Cost reduction Hardware and support costs Employees to take on the costs Competitive advantage Attract young innovative talent IT savvy employees

9 Security Technology and people Legal and ethical E-Discovery and privacy concerns Financial considerations Incentives and costs Issues

10 Issues & Implications

11 Financial Implications

12 Financial Considerations Considered Options: –Incorporate incentives for purchasing devices with specific support provisions Approved device: Pick up the entire tab for both device and service Unapproved device: Pay only for the cost of service

13 Pros: –Easier for IT staffs to provide support and troubleshooting –Decreases costs of evaluating, configuring and supporting large pool of devices Cons: –No significant cost-savings on device procurement –Does not eliminate problem of lost devices –Still required to provide support for unapproved devices Financial Considerations

14 Do not restrict employees choice of devices Do not sponsor employees devices and/or service Better utilize funds to improve support infrastructure –Additional firewall controls –Information delivery methods to tablets, Windows PCs, Macs etc. Most commonly: Web portals Recommendation *10,000 SFF devices Assuming 6000 smartphones at $500, 1000 tablets at $200, and 3000 laptops at $2,000 = $1,200,406,000,000

15 Result: –Employees can use desired devices –Intel able to provide sufficient support and configuration for employees devices –Better utilization of funds –Eliminate Intels obligation to replace lost devices Recommendation

16 Dollarized risks/returns of BYOD? Employees productivity! –BYOD employees additional 57 mins daily –Burden rate: $100/hr –Approximately $238 million / year Assume 251 working days in ,000 employees $95/57 min 251 * * 95 = $238,450,000 a year in increased productivity

17 Security

18 Considered Options Deny unmanaged devices Pro: BYOD devices would be fully managed Con: Promote shadow IT Client-server solution Pro: Secure data from unmanaged device Con: Attacks via compromised unmanaged device

19 Mobile device management Increase visibility Gain control Wipe rule Application management Blacklist of apps Containerisation/App-wrapping Technology

20 Network Management Control access to corporate network Data management Document repositories Collaboration tools Technology

21 People Communicate with End Users & Key Stakeholders Education Training User, Service Desk & Developers Code of Conduct Risk awareness

22 Legal and Ethics

23 Considered Options: Signing Agreement on legal safeguards Allow Information to flow through corporate servers Collaborate with Device Manufacturers to install e- Discovery E-Discovery

24 Data storage and Backup Monitoring and Audit Rights Signing Service Agreement

25 Compliance with privacy laws Impossible for all data to flow through servers Information flow through corporate servers

26 Restricts employees to buying devices from specific manufacturers Defeats the purpose of BYOD Cost of Collaboration Install E-Discovery in Device

27 Provide apps that use make use of corporate servers Manage Data Retrieval Process Proper Handling of Data How to solve the issues?

28 Implementation Challenges

29 Human Resource Legal Finance IT Stakeholders

30 Implementation Plan

31 Device Support Handling OS Updates Managing Lost Devices Roll-out Plan Pilot Program Implementing BYOD

32 Conclusion

33 BYOD: more than a passing fad Source of competitive advantage Issues and Implications Security, financial, legal and ethical Recommendations and implementation plan Should we implement BYOD? Not about technology, but about people Encourage and embrace innovation Conclusion

34 Questions & Answers


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