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SOURCE Research and Markets
DUBLIN, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/j6s5cs/smart) has announced the addition of the "Smart Authentication to Tackle BYOD Issues" report to their offering.
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The Moore's law inspires exponentially decreasing smartphone and tablet prices. Growing affordability of such modules leads to higher smart device penetration globally. Increasing number of mobile device shipments, mainly of smartphones and tablets, spurs Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend adoption worldwide. Indeed, the BYOD experience that relates to employee-owned devices being used for work continues to spread and it is already out there.
The BYOD market is growing due to a plethora of reasons. Primarily, along with skyrocketing smart device shipments, the BYOD market is a consequence of employees' attitudes and mindset change. BYOD is no more considered by workers as a privilege but rather a right: a right to use latest technologies available on the market, a right to operate the same applications they are accustomed to, a right to do a job the way they want to do it.
Secondly, tangible BYOD advantages make employers go after this trend and adapt their IT policies. BYOD benefits, including employees availability, connectivity, productivity increase due to the telework, usage of most high-performance tools on the market, ensure both employers' and employees' satisfaction.
In fact, in the connected world, the telework can be put apart as a third reason inspiring BYOD adoption. Many researches show how steadily the number of teleworking employees grows. As the matter of fact, the work, in the very sense of the word, is no more limited to a place or premises. No matter how and were employees are doing the job, what is important is the result and, eventually, the profitability of the company they work for.
Naturally, the BYOD has also some issues to be tackled. Along with legal issues and privacy concerns, security is brought up as one of the major problems. IT departments are facing the question of how to secure the corporate data that needs to be accessible remotely or even travels from closed corporate network to employees' devices.
So far, the authors clearly see the move from corporate network and data centers security, which is generally already in place thanks to the long history of closed local corporate networks, to the security of the other side of communication channels - employees' devices.
Key Topics Covered:
Table of Illustrations
1 Bring Your Own Device trends (BYOD)
2 BYOD issues & user friendliness
3 BYOD authentication
4 BYOD authentication solutions
5 Industry players
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