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BYOD: ON-BOARDING AND SECURING
DEVICES IN YOUR CORPORATE NETWORK
pREpaRING YOUR NEtWORk
tO MEEt DEVICE DEMaND
The proliferation of smartphones and tablets brings increased productivity, mobility and
responsiveness to the workplace while reducing costs. Employees want to use their
own devices at work – and employers are starting to see the value in letting them. The
movement, called Bring Your Own Device – or BYOD – is taking hold.
Adopting the “say no” approach to BYOD is probably unrealistic. Employees will bring
these devices whether you support them or not, and their presence on your network
without the right security tools for support increases risk of data breaches, data loss and
noncompliance. A proactive BYOD strategy increases security and compliance.
Many organizations have not yet addressed the technical issues that BYOD brings to
the table. For example, is your corporate network and security architecture designed
to support unmanaged devices Whether you’re sitting in the CIO ofce or manning the
support desk, you’ll need to safeguard against security risks and loss of infrastructure
control as new, privately-owned devices connect to your networks.
KEY CHALLENGES OF BYOD DEVICES
Because BYODs do not have LAN ports, and the cellular technologies that drive them
are not designed for corporate access, the optimal method for connecting devices to the
corporate network is Wi-Fi™. A Wi-Fi™ connection is also highly reliable and delivers
speed that users crave. But delivering this kind of service has its challenges. In this paper,
we’ll consider:
• Key threats and challenges that CIOs face when migrating
unmanaged devices onto their corporate networks
Important issues for CIO’s to consider when they are framing policies
for BYODs to ensure secure integration with the corporate network
How Motorola’s WiNG 5 Wireless LAN architecture and features help
enterprises in deploying a secure BYOD solution
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