Bring Your Own Device

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oday, organizations have all kinds of devices on their networks. To manage the proliferation of personal devices, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies have moved to the forefront for IT professionals. Users want seamless access to corporate resources no matter which device they use or where that device is connecting from. In addition, numerous types of devices don’t have users connected to them ― for example, printers. With so many network-connected devices in the enterprise, IT organizations must redefine their roles.
In addition, numerous types of devices don’t have users connected to them ― for example, printers. With so many network-connected devices in the enterprise, IT organizations must redefine their roles.

XENOIT Offers delivers unified security policy across the entire organization, as well as an optimized and managed experience for users with diverse device, security, and business requirements.
We transforms the workspace, resulting in a productive user and IT experience without sacrificing Security, visibility, or control. Core components of a highly secure BYOD solution includeXENOIT
Core components of a highly secure BYOD solution include:
  • Policy-governed unified access infrastructure
  • Efficient and seamless security
  • Simplified management
As part of this consumerisation, BYOD encourages company employees to work on the device they choose – accessing corporate email on their iPhone 5 or using a Google Nexus 7 to view text documents. The goal for SMBs? Increased productivity and reduced costs.

There are some key advantages to operate a BYOD strategy, including increased employee satisfaction (they can work more flexibly), cost savings (reduced hardware spend, software licensing and device maintenance) plus productivity gains (employees are happier, more comfortable and often work faster with their own technology).