« That means we buy the devices for our people… but the devices are personally enabled, so we don’t stop them from playing Angry Birds, » Katz explained.
« Even though we have different approaches, our goal is to enable people. In the end, we know that they are going to put corporate data on those devices–that is the whole point, » Katz added.[…]
Katz noted that Sanofi only allows limited access for BYOD devices. « For us, we are a little bit different because we are a pharmaceutical firm. We haven’t completely bought into BYOD–yet. We only give access to email, calendar and contacts. Even then, you have to have a device we can install the client on, » related Katz.
When it comes to mobile apps, both firms have decided to deploy enterprise app stores.[…]