BYOD Business Strategy

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I split it up the way it is now just so you could read it better and also because he wanted subsections. Never written a paper with those so no clue what he wanted haha but I assumed it would be easier for you to fix it with it split up more anyway. ALSO I CITED IN MLA…I HAVE THE CITATIONS…NOT SURE WHICH ONE ENDNOTE USES?

LASTLY….I cited statistics from a summary article because the original you had to pay for. Do you think he’s going to care? I can site the original…just didn’t know if you thought you needed to?

TITLE With the new innovations technology has brought to the business world, the model “bring your own device,” or BYOD, is becoming a popular strategy for many organization to continue to keep up with new trends as well as keep customers and employees happy. Today, this model is quickly becoming one of the main drives behind most enterprise mobility investment decisions. While this strategy can be financially rewarding, as well as positively impact the employees and productivity of an organization, the journey to make this practice widespread is
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A survey by Accession and the Information Security Media Group found that “72% of organizations rate their mobile security as “poor,” “needs improvement,” or “adequate.” Only 5% of organizations judge their mobile security to be “excellent.” (Accelion- needs to be cited but need to know where that PDF is from to do so). Attempting to protect the company and the customers on multiple devices is a challenge. The company has to be able to manage the security for each drive, application, and any customer-oriented services. Due to the rapid evolution of consumer mobility and the changing face of the main producers in application and computer development, simply trying to manage all of the devices that are in circulation currently with regards to security is a

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