*Please note that Etelesolv has changed its company name to Cimpl in 2016.
Etelesolv Participates in Recent Research Analysis on How Court Rulings Impact BYOD
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
- BYOD is a growing trend that may have serious security issues
- Cochran v. Schwan’s Home Services court case will have some major impacts on BYOD policies
- Businesses must be aware of the steps that they can take to protect their assets
(MONTREAL, QC – October 15, 2014) – Montreal, QC – Etelesolv (now Cimpl), Canada's leader in Telecom and IT Management, announced today the release of an analysis completed by Blue Hill Research entitled “Understanding How Cochran v. Schwan’s Home Services Impacts BYOD”. This in-depth insight on the court case is now available for download on the website.
The company's Vice President of Sales and Marketing had this to say: “Many companies lack the necessary resources to implement and monitor a BYOD policy. These vulnerabilities make it difficult for these businesses to implement a proper policy and make them easy targets for hackers who are seeking to obtain proprietary information. The point is that if BYOD policies already leave enterprises susceptible to the loss of company data, with the outcome of the court ruling, BYOD becomes even less favorable. Companies must be aware of the options available to them and choose the best course of action based on their needs and their capabilities.”
The Court of Appeal of the State of California recently ruled regarding employer reimbursement for the required use of an employee’s personal devices and the contribution towards employee cell phone bills. The outcome was met with mixed feelings as the results mean higher levels of complexity with regards to the implementation of BYOD policies.
The company’s participation in the development of the analysis aims to help companies increase security levels and protect themselves from future pitfalls.
In “Understanding How Cochran v. Schwan’s Home Services Impacts BYOD”, the following topics are covered in addition to answers to the following questions:
- What exactly was the court’s decision?
- What does the ruling mean for BYOD?
- Solutions to implement
- BYOD vs COPE
- BYOD Best Practices
Visit the company’s website to download “Understanding How Cochran v. Schwan’s Home Services Impacts BYOD” – by Blue Hill Research.
About Blue Hill Research
Blue Hill Research is a company owned by New Technologies and Associates (NTA). Through its expertise in conducting and delivering a wide array of business research activities, Blue Hill Research provides its customers with a clear path to successful technology implementations. In particular, Blue Hill Research’s guidance ensures that each client deploys technology in a manner fully aligned with its specific governance, risk management, and compliance concerns, Blue Hill Research offers companies an actionable road map for success that speaks to their three key stakeholders: technological, financial, and line of business executives.
About Etelesolv (now Cimpl)
With its global coverage, Etelesolv is leading the Canadian revolution of telecom and IT management by helping companies Take Back Control of their Telecom expenses and IT assets. Our software platforms, Telemanager and Cimpl, bring together actionable real-time data and everyday processes to ensure that Companies know what they have and what it costs at any given time. For more information, visit our website.