Game of Acronyms: Why CYOD/COPE Will Fail to Replace BYOD

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2Q 2014 | IN-1019205


Enterprise Mobile Management: “Winter Is Coming”


When discussing bring-your-own-device (BYOD) with colleagues and clients, security vulnerabilities often go hand-in-hand with the topic. The crux of the conversation often revolves around enabling employees to do more with mobility without crippling enterprise systems (malware) and losing key enterprise data (content leakage). How does the enterprise manage employee mobile behavior and what is the best way to do so?

The House of Your Device versus the House of Our Device


Two acronyms surfaced in 2013 and have been argued by some to be the savior and eventual replacement strategy of BYOD in 2014. The first is corporate owned, personally enabled (COPE). In a nutshell, COPE is corporate owned, but allows the ...

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