Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

Secure Business Data and Apps
on User-Owned BYOD Devices

What is BYOD?

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is an IT policy of allowing employees to use their personal devices to access business data and applications at work. The top drivers for this trend, also known as consumerization of IT, are user satisfaction, increased productivity and potential savings on device acquisition and maintenance. According to Forrester Research, more than half of North American and European companies are already developing BYOD programs in response to workforce demand.

Another approach to manage consumer devices at work is COPE, or Corporate-Owned, Personally-Enabled. It is an IT governance model in which a company provides devices to employees and lets them use them for personal purposes, too.

Benefits of BYOD and COPE:

  • Employee satisfaction: Your employees are more satisfied and productive when using devices chosen by themselves.
  • Cost savings: Gain cost savings by reducing investment and maintenance costs. The users can now carry one device as opposed for one for work and one for personal use.
  • Increased productivity: Embrace innovation and mobilize your workforce. Working can be done anytime, anywhere.

Enable BYOD and COPE with Miradore

Cross-platform support

In addition to Apple iOS devices you can enable BYOD on any Android device. With the help of Android Enterprise Solution (Android for Work)  you can secure, control and manage all your Android devices across all device manufacturers.

Separate business and personal apps

Ensure privacy by separating business data from personal data. Make sure your business contacts or other data doesn’t leak through a user’s personal apps, and have a separate passcode for unlocking the business profile.

Easy device setup

Get business apps and configurations easily set-up on any number of devices when the device is powered on for the first time.

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Miradore enables you to embrace BYOD securely.

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