Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Survival Guide for Microsoft Technologies
This survival guide is based on Microsoft Technologies that will assist you to enable your BYOD strategy and ensure that company policies are in place to secure data access and device management. If you need a vendor agnostic guideline on how to manage security of mobile devices in the Enterprise, refer to NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) publication 800-124 Revision 1 that has the guidelines for that.
- What is true BYOD?
- A Secure BYOD Environment
- Design your BYOD Acceptable Use Policy
- Why are employers embracing bring your own device (BYOD)?
- How to create a successful BYOD policy for your business
- The Do’s and Don’ts for Open Wi-Fi for BYOD
- BYOD: Can everyone bring toys to the office?
- How to keep workers productive in a BYOD world
- New Challenges for BYOD
- What are your BYOD Challenges?
- Mobile devices: Balancing mobility and IT security
- What to Do About Consumerization? (Or, It is Not Just About Devices)
- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Design Considerations Guide
- Collection of different BYOD Scenarios
- BYOD Devices – A Deployment Guide for Education
- BYOD for School
Products and Technologies for BYOD
- What’s New in Windows 8.1 for BYOD
- How to Manage Mobile Devices by Using Configuration Manager and Windows Intune
- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) – New Windows Server 2012 R2 Device Access and Information Protection
- Managing Windows 8 Devices in a Bring Your Own Device World
- Unified Device Management with Windows Intune and System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1
- Microsoft Solves BYOD Using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager and Windows Intune
- Windows Server 2012 R2 Capabilties for BYOD Scenario
- Security Series: Using PowerShell to Enable BYOD–Part 1
- Security Series: Using PowerShell to Enable BYOD–Part 2
- Security Series: Using PowerShell to Enable BYOD–Part 3
- Security Experts Panel Discussion: Security for Hackers (BYOD)
- Understanding Access and Information Protection
- TechNet Radio: (Part 1) Understanding BYOD: What it Means for My Company
- TechNet Radio: (Part 2) Understanding BYOD: How to Make it Happen