Inside IT: Exploring a Bring-Your-Own-Device Stipend at Intel

November 6th, 2012 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 37 – Consumerization is a big trend in the enterprise. Intel is at the forefront of this trend, with an extensive BYO program. Tens of thousands of employee-owned smart phones and tablets are now in use by Intel workers. It allows employees to have more choice, and to find a platform that best suites their work style. PCs are also part of the BYO program, but they’re significantly more expensive. Would a stipend to support the cost of a PC be a good idea for Intel? In this podcast, we find out from Corrina Faley, Bring Your Own Program Manager at the company. She discusses the methodology Intel employed to assess the viability of a stipend program.

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