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Coping with the rise of smartphones and tablets: BELTUG X-change on corporate policy best practises - Presentations and pictures


Date:26/06/2012


The rise of smartphones and tablets is forcing all of us to rethink our corporate policies. IT organisations are being overloaded with questions on connecting personal devices to the corporate network. How will you keep control over rising costs while also limiting security risks? BYOD or not: that is one of the questions.

The following companies registered to participate - 26 June at Salons De Romree: Anatole International, Argenta Spaarbank, Attentia, Barco, Barry Callebaut, B-Bridge, Belgacom, BELTUG, BNP Paribas Fortis, Concentra Media, De Ceunynck, Destiny, European Commission, Fabricom (GDF SUEZ), Federale Politie - Police Fédérale, Gial, Havenbedrijf Gent, HP België / Belgique, Huawei, ING België, ISS Facility Services, KU Leuven ICTS, Mobistar, Nationale Loterij, Neoditel, NextiraOne, Portima, RealDolmen, RUNA, SAIT Zenitel, Sibelga, Smals, Telenet, Tessenderlo Chemie, Thales Belgium, The Brussels Airport Company, TVH Forklift Parts, Unilin, Vanheede Environment Group, Vlaamse Overheid.

The presentation of Unilin is already available at the bottom of this page for our members (just log in). We invite you to take a look at our pictures.

 
-Introduction: BELTUG members' expectations around the table, Eva De Schryver, Communications manager, BELTUG
 
-Case Unilin: How smartphones and a BYOD policy help us to be a “preferred employer”, Eddy Lateur, IS Infrastructure Director, UNILIN
• Management objectives and eligibility for using a personal smartphone or subscription;
• Finding the balance between promoting smartphones and ensuring manageability;
• How we control security and costs;
• Combining split billing and “benefit in kind”;
• Latest adaptations and lessons learned. 
 
-Case Barco: How we control costs with new company mobile data bundles in Belgium, Kristof Vroman, Procurement executive, BARCO
• Ways to cut costs for national and roaming mobile data traffic;
• Administrative hurdles and watch-outs;
• Split billing and BYOD.



 

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