Deploy BYOD technology and BYOD architecture using Validated Design Guide

Guide Helps You Create a BYOD Technology Network

Learn about BYOD technology and BYOD architecture using the BYOD Validated Design Guide as a reference for BYOD network design and BYOD device management.

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Deploy BYOD technology and BYOD architecture using Validated Design Guide

Get free help implementing your BYOD Technology

It's much easier to design and implement a highly secure bring-your-own-device (BYOD) mobility solution when you have some help. The engineers at Cisco have created a validated design tool to make implementing BYOD easier.

Get this free validated design guide for BYOD

You'll get information about BYOD technology, such as how to create a BYOD architecture and how to implement BYOD networks. You'll see actual BYOD network design use cases and network configurations for BYOD device management. This BYOD validated design guide includes a huge library of reference material for BYOD network design, such as BYOD solution components, campus and branch network designs, third-party mobile-device-integration managers, application considerations, and license requirements for BYOD device management.

You'll get access to several useful BYOD network design diagrams

Make life easier with network diagrams that show you how to support a BYOD program. See how to secure mobile device access to your network, including best practices for BYOD device management. Also, you'll have an in-depth look at what types of products BYOD technology you'll need for BYOD device management.

You'll have access to a comprehensive BYOD architecture, combining elements across the network for a unified approach to secure device access, visibility, and policy control. Those familiar with Cisco validated design guides know that these are not trivial white papers, but in-depth use case scenarios that are successfully tested.

In-depth BYOD architecture use cases are tested by Cisco engineers

Cisco engineers have created this guide to include validated network design use cases specific to managing and provisioning mobile devices. They've outlined examples of BYOD architecture use cases for four levels of access. The four levels described are enhanced access, limited access, advanced access, and basic access.

Some organizations may take a more open approach and rely on basic authentication. Other organizations prefer more secure ways for BYOD device management, which includes the ability to identify, authenticate, and authorize mobile devices. A robust BYOD architecture with the capabilities to manage and enforce these policies is critical to successfully implementing BYOD.

Make your job easier with the BYOD Design Guide

Get the Cisco validated design guide for BYOD and find the right BYOD architecture for your company.