Unified Access - BYOD Standards Survey

 
This survey seeks to learn more about bring your own device (BYOD) to the work place and the Unified Access challenges experienced.

Thank you in advance for completing the survey and sharing your thoughts!
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1. At what stage is your company in terms of implementing a bring your own device (BYOD) policy?
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2. In your organization, what are the primary factors that are currently driving potential interest in a BYOD policy? (Select all that apply)
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3. What are the top concerns with BYOD? (Select the top 3)
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4. What types of personal devices are in the scope of your BYOD policy? (Select all that apply)
5. (If more than one device was selected above) Are there different BYOD policies for different types of personal devices being used?
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6. Which operating systems are currently allowed on your network? (Select all that apply)
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7. Please estimate the percentage of employees who already use their own devices to access business applications either with or without a BYOD policy.
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8. Are there restrictions in terms of which employees are included in a BYOD policy?
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9. How does your company currently reimburse employees for using their own devices?
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10. Where are your employees currently using their personal devices? (Select all that apply)
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11. What is the most common way that personal device users currently access your network in the office?
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12. What types of information and applications can currently be accessed by personal devices? (Select all that apply)
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13. What type of device do employees primarily use at work to perform their daily business activities?
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14. Who generally owns the primary devices that employees use at work?
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15. Do you agree or disagree that the personal devices should only be supplementary to company-owned devices at work on an as-needed basis?
Strongly agreeSomewhat agreeNeutralSomewhat disagreeStrongly Disagree
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16. Please rank the following in order of importance to you.
Very importantSomewhat importantNeutralNot very importantNot at all importantDo not know
Having the ability to terminate network accessibility remotely
Visibility of users on the network
Optimizing the wired, wireless, and VPN networks for all business applications to be accessed on mobile devices
Ease of on-boarding new devices
Management of users on the network
Unified infrastructure for wired and wireless networks
Single access policy regardless of device or network
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17. What types of services are most important for IT providers who wish to support a BYOD policy? (Select those that apply)
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18. At what stage is your company in terms of developing a unified communications strategy for voice, video, presence, instant messaging, and more advanced collaboration applications such as online meetings?
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19. What types of potential benefits are most likely to drive a unified communications strategy in your organization? (Select all that apply)
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20. What are the potential obstacles to a unified communications strategy in your organization? (Select all that apply)
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21. Would you prefer one or multiple vendors for any sort of unified communications solution?
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22. What type of partner would you most likely consider for a potential unified communications solution?
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23. What is most important to you in terms of a unified communications partner? (Select all that apply)
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24. What is your role in the IT investment process?
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25. What is your title?
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26. What department do you work in?
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27. How many people, including yourself, work at your company’s location?
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28. What is the principal industry of your organization?
29. If you have any final thoughts regarding BYOD, please include your comments here.
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