Consumers want what they want. And when those consumers arrive at their place of work, they still want to use what they like. It seems like it wasn’t that long ago where the best technology you had access to was at the office, but these days that’s not always the case.
If you are looking to address “Bringing Your Own Device” in your organization, need to update corporate policies to support more current device lifecycles and get your hands around managing your applications and data on whatever device tries to connect to your data center, Kevin Remde has got you covered.
In PART 3 – BYOD Design Considerations, Kevin Remde welcomes back Yuri Diogenes to the show as they continue their discussion around the benefits, challenges and considerations businesses must make around Bring Your Device (BYOD) and how IT organizations can support it.
- [2:46] Why don’t you give us a summary on the concept of BYOD?
- [6:20] I understand that recently you and your team have published some really useful resources to the Microsoft TechNet online documentation. What have you created for us?
- [9:26] How should one use the BYOD Design Consideration Guide?
- [13:51] Can you give us an example of how an IT organization can use this guide in a real-world BYOD scenario?
Since today is Wednesday, I’m bringing you a selection of session from Day 3 of TechEd Houston which was also a Wednesday.
- Introduction to Microsoft Azure Automation (DCIM-B347)
- Data Protection in Microsoft Azure (DCIM-B387)
- How to Rapidly Design and Deploy an Active Directory Federation Services Farm: The Do’s and Don’ts (PCIT-B324)
- Leveraging Your On-Premises Directory Infrastructure to Manage Your Microsoft Azure Active Directory Identities (DCIM-B301)
- Mark Russinovich and Mark Minasi on Cloud Computing (DCIM-B386)
- Deploying and Managing Work Folders (PCIT-B322)
- Windows To Go: Deployment, Support for BYOD, and What IT Pros Need to Know (WIN-B342)
- The Agile End-to-End Story for Developers and IT Professionals (DCIM-B358)
- TWC: How You Can Hack-Proof Your Clients and Servers in a Day (DCIM-B372)
As you can see, Wednesday was a busy day at TechEd and I since I was working down in the Windows Client area on the expo floor I still have a lot of these to watch!