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Corporate vs Individual Liable Telecom Devices in the Workplace

Posted by Chris Thierry | April 19, 2011 9:00 AM

New Perspectives on Individual Liable vs. Corporate LiableTEMIA-Corporate-vs-Individual-Liable-Policies

Recently I had the pleasure to deliver on behalf of TEMIA a webinar related to the very hot and sometimes controversial topic of Corporate vs. Individual liable devices in the workplace entitled New Perspectives on Individual Liable vs. Corporate Liable. Moreover, the creation of a new hybrid wireless policy to adapt to both models.

One of the reasons this topic hits the mark with so many companies is that more and more, employees are coming to the office with their own devices and looking to get on the company network.

While the first reaction of many companies has been to block the trend, the momentum created by new users and old executives wanting their mobile gadget to work in the office will undoubtedly overwhelm most companies.  We see this trend continuing in 2011 as the adoption rate of smart phones will soon represent more than 50% of all cell phones.

Companies need to review their wireless policies in order to embrace the new reality or they will face a continuing barrage of problems such as spiraling costs, un-happy users, lost productivity and security threats.

We invite you to register on the TEMIA website and to download the webinar: New Perspectives on Individual Liable vs. Corporate Liable

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Written by Chris Thierry

Christopher is the president, founder, visionary, and driving force behind Cimpl, which first started in 2000 as Etelesolv: his goal is to bring holistic enterprise solutions to companies of all shapes and sizes. Moreover, Christopher’s devotion to the well-being of his employees has made Cimpl one of Canada’s Top 50 Employers. He’s also dedicated to giving back to his community, by serving in multiple industry associations. He’s a mentor for the Canadian Youth Business Foundation and a member of the Young Presidents' Organization, the Entrepreneurs’ Organization, the CIO Association of Canada, and the Telecom Expense Management Industry Association. Christopher holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems and Marketing from the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University. He is also a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Entrepreneur’s Master’s Program – a program specifically designed to optimize the skillsets of founders of high growth companies.

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