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smartphones, tablets, LinkedIn, Skype, dropbox IT consumerisation comes in many ways: as social media strategy, under covers of BYOD, with senior executive wanting to use new iPad on corporate network • whatever approach chosen, one thing is certain – rules of IT game will have to change 6.2 SECURITY IS ACHIEVABLE • focus of security will be increasingly based on applications and policies as less confidence can be placed in device and network security • many IT executives are counting on emergence of containerised phones: phones with two containers – one half personal data stored on phone, one half corporate data that can be accessed but not downloaded will make IT consumerisation less risky, more acceptable 6.3 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES HAVE DIFFERENT RULES in US: employee data located on corporate devices or employee accessing corporate network with personal devices is under rights of firm in European countries or Canada: opposite – firms have no rights to screen content if it is on workers phones and also not emails on corporate systems
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Zoe Zwiebelmann Maastricht University IM Session 3 6.4 THE USER BASE AND ITS MOTIVATIONS ARE CHANGING current and especially future generations: see IT choice as form of empowerment • tightly constrained, set of installed corporate applications is no longer viable innovative thinking emerges from not being too draconian 6.5 LEVERAGE CONSUMER IT AS PART OF CORPORATE STRATEGY & PROCESS consumer technology can be used for strategy and business processes : eg make use of Facebook to attract work applicants IT consumerisation provides infrastructure that might otherwise be impossible to create: agricultural firm in India developed app that lets famers use cell phones to sell produce while standing in rice paddies 7. CONCLUDING COMMENTS most important guidance: recognise inevitability of IT consumerisation and to proactively embrace disruptive technology for enterprise IT: due to marriage of consumer devices, app stores, cloud, technically proficient people entering workforce
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