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BYOC Readiness Assessment Tool

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The outputs of the tool can form the basis for BYOC preparation/gap remediation planning, and provide a better understanding of the cost and effort associated with implementing BYOC effectively.

Bring-your-own-computer (BYOC) programs come in many varieties, from a BYOC-light model, where limited content is consumed but rarely created (e.g., using smartphones), to full BYOC models, where full-fledged content creation and consumption is supported. Successful deployment of each BYOC model depends on a different mix of capabilities, so understanding where to focus limited resources is critical.

The BYOC Readiness Assessment Tool:

  • Collects information about relevant capability maturity
  • Calculates organizational preparedness for each of the BYOC models
  • Provides customized advice to maximize BYOC success

The outputs of the tool can form the basis for BYOC preparation/gap remediation planning, and provide a better understanding of the cost and effort associated with implementing BYOC effectively.

Included in this ZIP file are:

  • Intro Page.pdf
  • Terms and Conditions.pdf
  • BYOC Readiness Assessment Tool.xls
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