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X-change - A policy for BYOD - Field Force Automation at Scottish Water - Presentations


Date:15/11/2011


Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a very hot topic within companies. In this Users-only session - 15 November 2011 at BT, we discussed the pros and cons of a BYOD policy. We also will look into mobility lifecycle management and learn from the experiences of field force automation with managed devices at Scottish Water.
 
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-Mobility Lifecycle Management & Field Force Automation Managed Devices at Scottish Water
Enterprise mobility enables a workforce to have instant access to information through mobile applications anywhere, anytime. People are fundamentally changing the way they work, and in order to remain competitive, organisations are making enterprise applications accessible through mobile devices, really embracing the fact that “Work is something you do, not a place you go to”.
Case: Field Force Automation Managed Devices at Scottish Water
Gaëlle Brigaud, Senior Marketing Manager, BT
-The pros and cons of a BYOD policy: potential hurdles to implementation
You will be challenged on your thoughts on the subject
Frank De Jong, Senior Solution Consultant, Orange Business Solutions



 

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