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Discover how to manage technology, processes and organizational stakeholders to make BYOD a success in the public sector.
As more and more employees are demanding to use their preferred mobile devices and applications at their workplace, enterprises have started relenting to this collective demand by embracing the concept of BYOD. The comfort of using personal devices at work is expected to provide greater job satisfaction and enhance employee and government productivity. But what are the key drivers and hurdles in making BYOD work?
Watch Sesh Seshagiri, Senior Manager – Accenture Mobility, explain how technology, processes and organizational functions need to come together to create a holistic model for implementing BYOD, addressing the needs of all the stakeholders involved for government productivity.
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This video was recorded at the Mobile Government 2013 forum held in Sacramento, CA on March 28, 2013. View other videos in this series:
How the Scale of Mobility is Transforming Government Technology in the Workplace—Video
Barriers to Implementing Mobile Government Technology—Video
Enhancing Government Productivity through Mobile Security—Video
Potential Security Threats to Mobility and Government Technology—Video
Mitigating Mobile Security Threats to Government Technology—Video
Developing a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Strategy for Government Productivity—Video
Securing Mobile Government Technology through User Scenarios—Video
A Layered Approach to Securing Mobile Government Technology—Video
April 3, 2014
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