Since 2008, a radical transformation has been taking place in the enterprise: an increasing number of organizations are permitting, even encouraging employees to bring their own mobile devices into the workplace to be used for work purposes. This trend, known as the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) invasion, is shifting the way in which devices are procured, paid for, managed and supported.
While at first appearing to radically lower the cost of enterprise mobility, making productivity and communications advantages available to a much broader group of employees, the BYOD model also introduces new risks and may actually significantly increase costs of the organization if not properly managed.
Join research analyst Andrew Borg of Aberdeen Group, and mobility experts from SAP, as we explore why the BYOD phenomenon has gained such momentum. We will discuss its implications for organizations and employees, as well as steps IT departments can be taking to manage the rapid influx of personally-owned devices in the enterprise.
In this webcast you will learn:
- Why you should consider BYOD for your enterprise, and the associated risks and rewards
- Recommended action to manage the BYOD invasion
- SAP's approach to planning a mobile strategy
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