Managing BYOD Securely in the Public Sector
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The concept of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) to work has really thrown a curve ball to the IT community across all sectors of the economy. Even a few short years ago, it is doubtful that anyone would have thought it plausible for IT organizations to allow non-issued gear to connect to sensitive information resources. It would have been even less plausible in the public sector, where we have typically observed a very conservative IT culture. And yet, it looks like the BYOD phenomenon is catching on even in the Federal government. In this edition we explore some of the key issues public sector IT decision-makers face as they evaluate how to wrap their hands around this new disruptive trend.
About our Expert
Chris Roberts is the vice president of worldwide public sector for Good Technology. In this role, he helps drive the vision, direction, and go-to-market strategy for Good’s global public sector business. Roberts works to align market-specific, customer requirements with sales strategies, helps connect Good with appropriate policy makers, and ensures that the company’s technologies are in accordance with all government certifications.
Prior to joining Good, Roberts served as the Director of Microsoft’s Public Sector business in South Africa. He has spoken at government leaders’ forums around the world, including those in Japan, Turkey and South Africa. He has participated in IT and eGovernment panels, public sector innovation panels, public/private partnership symposiums and Microsoft partners events. He also served as a guest lecturer for the Harvard Kennedy School of Government where he focused on eGovernment.
Roberts holds a bachelor degree from the University of the Pacific in Political Science and was a member of Harvard eGovernment policy council.
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