Blog Posts for BYOD

ISG Series: What does BYOD really mean for your wireless infrastructure?

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Byod Wireless Infrastructure

The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is having a significant impact on   wireless infrastructure, including heightened security, higher bandwidth and increased power demands. Learn how flexible, scalable wireless infrastructure like Windstream’s WiFi solutions enhance connectivity and productivity with quick, easy, secure access for BYOD environments.

Live from IAUG CONVERGE2014: Enterprise and Consumer Mobility — Friend or Foe to Your Business?

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Iaug2014

Windstream offers insights from the "Enterprise and Consumer Mobility—Friend or Foe to Your Business?" session at IAUG CONVERGE2014. While many thought Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) would save money,  security challenges, demand for always on WiFi and IT support have increased spending. Avaya's director for strategic consulting shares steps for develop a BYOD stategy that offers the greatest ROI for productivity and efficiency.

Live from IAUG CONVERGE2014 — Session Overview: The True Total Cost of Ownership of Mobile Solutions

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Iaug2014

We’re still live at IAUG’s CONVERGE2014, and just attended a great session presented by Dave Furtado of Spectralink. The topic: the true total cost of ownership of mobile solutions, a very timely topic as more and more businesses depend on mobile workforces.

The benefits mobility brings to the business world are almost endless - however they do come at a price. Furtado maintains that most businesses are willing to pay this price simply because of the gains in efficiency, effectiveness and productivity. In essence, mobility drives value to stakeholders from sole proprietorships to Fortune 100 enterprises.

Maintaining Employee Productivity and Engagement with an Enterprise BYOD Environment

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With the consumerization of enterprise mobility, the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend is generating a growing percentage of employees who are using personal devices to conduct business. These devices are not only being used for traditional communication functions, but also to access business applications and resources