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FCW : September 15, 2013
4 8 STEPS TO AN EFFECTIVE MOBILE DEVICE POLICY A team approach and careful consideration of operational and security issues will pave the way for effective guidance. COVER STORY Here are eight steps for devising and implementing a comprehensive mobile policy that's manageable, enhances productivity and maintains security. STEP 1: ORGANIZE A MOBILITY STEERING COMMITTEE. Experts say it takes a team of stakeholders, representing a cross section of internal experts, to develop an overarching policy for mobility. ree groups will play an especially pivotal role in these discussions: IT, human resources and line-of-business units. In some cases, hashing out questions about mobility can lead to new ways for these groups, particularly HR and IT, to work together. "HR comes from an interesting perspective because on one hand it's responsible for creating and distributing policy, but its job is also to create a favorable staff experience," says Dan Shey, practice director for M2M, enterprise and verticals at ABI Research. " ey have to balance the benefits and risks associated with mobility." e IT team can augment this perspective by lobbying for efforts to address security and management risks, while managers can make sure the policies address the needs of users, Shey adds. t's no secret that mobile devices and applications are flooding into organizations of all types and sizes. Technology research firm Gartner predicts that by 2016, 40 percent of the global workforce will be mobile, with 67 percent of workers using smartphones. e drivers are many, but big draws include the potential for greater productivity --- giving people anywhere, anytime access to information via devices they're comfortable with. at means they can readily collaborate with peers and quickly address constituent issues that surface in email or text messages. What is less clear, however, is how organizations can cope with this mobile onslaught to make it manageable and secure. e answer, according to consultants and mobile I technology vendors, is to craft a comprehensive mobility policy. "My recommendation is to take a step back and create an entire mobile strategy that replaces a series of Band- Aid solutions," says Vizay Kotikalapudi, group manager for Symantec's enterprise mobility group. "Once you have the strategy in place, you can avoid always being in reactive mode." THE PERCENTAGE OF ORGANIZATIONS EXPECTED TO HAVE MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS IN PLACE WITHIN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS. 65% SOURCE: Gartner, Inc.
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