Posts Tagged BYOD

Enterprise mobility services are moving fast – can you keep up?

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Internal digitalisation programme for multinational financial services company

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BYO – is the business case really there?

During 2014, we have seen that many organisations are exploring the BYO (Bring Your Own) trend. It is well known that a BYO model increases employee satisfaction and enables effective corporate workplace mobility strategies to thrive. However, Wavestone has found that, often the key driver for organisations exploring BYO model is the idea that implementing a BYO strategy will significantly reduce […]

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Is COPE a better option to BYOD?

Recently, many organisations have looked at their mobility estate and wondered whether ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) could enable productivity, align to workplace mobility strategies, as well as optimise mobility TCO costs. It is true to say that workers nowadays are looking for far more from their corporate mobile service and expect their work mobiles to perform as their personal […]

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Consumerisation of IT: organisations can’t ignore it

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Should companies be worried about the rising trend of Bring Your Own Device?

As the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend continues, more and more employees are expecting to use their own smartphones, tablets and PCs to access corporate data both in the office and when working from remote locations. ZDNet recently reported that over the last 12 months there have been more than 100,000 conversations about BYOD in blogs, tweets and Facebook […]

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Consumerisation of IT – bring your own device to work

City AM recently published an article on the benefits of a bring your own device policy, exploring how businesses need to keep up to speed as employees demand the familiarity of their own computing tools. Wavestone has previously written on this subject in a consumerisation of IT insight and commented in the City AM article: “For some sectors, such as the financial services […]

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Part two. Enterprise architecture: key communications technology trends to watch in 2013 – More mobile

In the second of our three part blog, we are exploring trends in 2013, following a recent Forrester report on the Top 10 Technology Trends Enterprise Architects should watch for 2012 – 2014. Taking things a step further, we are sharing with you what we believe will be three key communications technology trends in 2012, 2013 and 2014. 2013 – […]

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Consumerisation of IT: organisations can’t ignore it

Many key industry analysts, including Gartner and Forrester, have identified consumerisation of IT as potentially the decade’s most disruptive IT trend. How will this impact corporate communications environments and what are the potential benefits and risks? What is consumerisation of IT? Consumerisation of IT is a term used to describe a growing trend in which organisations are increasingly allowing their […]

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The consumerisation of IT

Cisco’s intention to re-focus on its core competence in corporate networking writes off an investment of many hundreds of millions of pounds in consumer technology. This is particularly interesting given the emerging trend in the corporate world towards the ‘consumerisation’ of IT. Corporate IT departments are under increasing pressure from employees (especially younger generation employees) to provide IT devices that […]

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