Enterprise Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) penetration is predicted to reach 390 million by 2015 with upwards to 70% of large organizations with well-established BYOD policies in place. The biggest challenge of BYOD for the enterprises is the challenge of secure file sharing and collaboration practices. There is a need to protect intellectual property and protect against intrusion threat and viruses while maintaining productivity, reporting, accountability and bottom line results.
The enterprise organization must assess BYOD policies to ensure they meet these requirements without becoming too burdensome on administration or their workforce. Mind Commerce research indicates that Over-the-Top (OTT) solutions at the application and network level is the way to optimize the aforementioned goals, which are often otherwise in opposition to one another.
BYOD Challenges and Next Generation Over-the-Top (OTT) Solutions addresses:
Framework for successful enterprise BYOD adoption
Major challenges for enterprise BYOD in 2013 and beyond
OTT vendor solutions that can secure enterprise BYOD environment
The significant role of mobile network operators and location companies
Mobile network operators
Mobile application developers
Wireless handset manufacturers
Wireless infrastructure providers
OTT application and service providers
Enterprise companies in all industry segments
Location determination and application companies
Companies in Report:
ISACA (COBIT 5)
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