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UNIVERSIDADE PRESBITERIANA MACKENZIE
FCI - Sistemas de Informação
Inglês Técnico I – Profa. MONICA V GUIMARAES DE ALICE









BYOD
Bring Your Own Device













Gabriel F. M. Oliveira
41209494
Matheus Djegov
41223837
Thiago Santos
31266126Victor Hugo
41227956

Turma 1 J






São Paulo
2012

























Summary






Bring your own device…………………………………………………...5
BYOD in the use of aproject……………………………………………5
Is the B.Y.O.D. changing the way we work……………………….…5
Advantages…………………………………………………………….…7
Disadvantages……………………………………………………………7
Examples…………………………………………………………………7
10 Steps for a successful BYOD implementation.…………….…..8
Successful case of B.Y.O.D.....……………………………………..10
Bibliography……………………………………………………………..12
Synopsis…………………………………………………………………13





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Bringyour own device
The consumerization of IT is a fact and this phenomenon appears with the movement called BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device. This means that employees are using tablets and smartphones in their daily lives and want to bring them to their work environments. The BYOD frees employees to use the devices to the more pleasing for the performance of their professional tasks. As end usersare now ahead of the technological forefront, companies have realized that it is much business to embrace this idea than banning. After all, they can’t close our eyes to this trend, which according to analysts, it is impossible to block.

BYOD in the use of a project:
BYOD in the use of a project provides developers with more mobility, company employees so they can work more comfortably, inaddition to being able to develop the design of their homes, what really gets most excited employees.
But most important, is that mobility provides that the official can work in any area of business, in traffic, at home, on a journey, and so on, what do show that the new trend is the use of yes B.YO.D as an alternative both to motivate its employees to increase their productivity as they alreadyproduce more satisfied and more so the company ends up having better productivity before their projects and clients.
Thus, the use of BYOD becomes essential in projects that require great mobility, such as the implementation of systems in large companies, the BYOD facilitates between different areas of a company, and so communication director with analyst is straightforward such as a conference skype,if the analyst is in another city.


Is the B.Y.O.D. changing the way we work?
Spurred on by mass-market consumer adoption of smartphones, bringing your own device into the workplace has become a mainstream phenomenon.
At its most basic level, this typically means setting up an iPhone or Android device to connect to an Exchange ActiveSync service, and using it to get corporate push mail,calendaring, and contacts—and also letting IT guys remotely wipe the phone should it get lost.
That's just the tip of the BYOD iceberg, though. iOS supports the development and deployment of in-house applications that bypass the public store process, allowing not just e-mail but rich client applications to run on employee-owned devices. At the most extreme, even laptops and desktops can be broughtinto the workplace, using application virtualization or remote desktop and VDI to provide secure access to business applications.
Or you can just stop caring about the client completely and deliver all your applications through the Web.
While it was arguably Apple that made BYOD a thing that C-level executives started to care about—because they really wanted to use their fancy new iPhones...
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