Posts Tagged: bring your own device

Join Our Study: Staying Secure with BYOD

Join Our Research Study: Staying Secure with BYOD The GovLoop team needs your help. We are currently working on a report, Staying Secure with BYOD. As you all know, BYOD continues to shape the government workforce. Like any new technology initiative, one of the core concerns about implementation surrounds security. Today, technology exists to allow… Read more »

BYOD in Review for 2012 – Managing The Mobile Workforce

Throughout the month of December, GovLoop has been reviewing the year in government technology – everything from BYOD to social media, I’ve been working to highlight some case studies, best practices and try and condense the year down into one post on the most critical topics for 2012, while looking forward to the year 2013…. Read more »

White House Releases Bring Your Own Device Tool-Kit

This week there is a lot exciting news surrounding government technology. Yesterday, Todd Park and Steven VanRoekel announced the Presidential Innovation Fellows, and also announced a BYOD tool kit for government agencies. The report is an important step to wider adoption of bring-your-own-device policies in government, and empowers leaders in government to explore if BYOD… Read more »

BYOD @ EEOC: case study featured in official WH guidance

Below is the full text of the EEOC’s case study, part of the official White House guidance on BYOD issued earlier today government-wide as part of the Administration’s new Digital Government Strategy. http://www.whitehouse.gov/digitalgov/bring-your-own-device#top Also see: “Should feds get reimbursed for BYOD?” https://www.govloop.com/forum/topics/should-feds-get-reimbursed-for-byod “BYOD Pilot: Five Lessons Learned” https://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/byod-lessons-learned “BYOD and Beyond” https://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/do-you-byod U.S. Equal Employment… Read more »

BYOD Pilot: Five Lessons Learned

As noted in a recent post, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has implemented a Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) pilot program to meet urgent IT budget challenges. The EEOC, a relatively small agency with scarce IT funds, by federal government standards, was one of the first agencies to launch an innovative BYOD pilot. See “BYOD and… Read more »

Join Our Research Study: Exploring Bring Your Own Device In Government

Please take a moment to participate in our online survey exploring bring your own device in government, survey link can be found here. Thank you! I’m conducting a research study, “Exploring Bring Your Own Device in Government.” Our study hopes to understand current trends with Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives, identify best practices and… Read more »

How Do You Retain Security With BYOD?

Mobile devices and applications have become an essential component of the modern workplace. On a daily basis, mobile devices are being integrated into the work environment. Across government, agencies are now exploring ways to implement bring-your-own-device policies, with the hopes that by allowing people to work on the platform they choose, agencies will be able… Read more »