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Oct 26, 2013 (3 years and 5 months ago)

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Secure Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

for Higher Education

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The Top Trends

Consumerization

of IT


Implication:

The network will
have to manage the
very devices that are
brought onto campus
and access your
applications

Collaboration and
the cloud


Implication:

Your application
performance will be
more dependent
upon the network,
than the application

Virtualization



Implication:

All applications will
be in the data
center…

And VDI

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Shift towards Mobile Computing

Feb. 14, 2011, Tablet Demand and Disruption

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Realities of Smart Devices, Like It Or Not…



A new
smartphone

comes out on Thursday


Bill, the faculty dean will buy one on Friday


He’ll ask how to use it on campus network on Friday


You still have to come to work on Monday


72% of organizations are permitting the use of employee
-
owned devices

Aberdeen


77% of smartphones used at work are chosen by an
employee


48% are chosen without regard for IT support


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BYO
D



Bring Your Own
Device

means using privately owned wireless
and/or portable electronic piece of
equipment that includes laptops,
netbooks, iPods, tablets, iPod Touches,
cell and smart phones to support
academics and work.

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Student Technology Ownership in Higher Ed

Source:

Educause Center for Applied Research (ECAR) National study of students and information technology in
higher education, Oct. 2011, http://www.educause.edu/2011StudentStudy

What are students bringing onto campuses?

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Student Technology Ownership in Higher Ed

Source:

ECAR National study of students and information technology in higher education, Oct. 2011,
http://www.educause.edu/2011StudentStudy

Students recognize major academic benefits of technology

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The influx of consumer
-
owned
devices into the education
environment cannot be
stopped



How can we best incorporate
student
-

and staff
-
owned
devices into the curriculum
and work

Source: Gartner
-

BYOD in Education by Design, Not Default 3 May 2012, G00233448

“Bring your own device (BYOD) will become the prevalent practice in
educational settings at all levels within the next five years.”

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What are your
top concerns
and challenges
of BYOD?

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The BYOD
Challenge in
Education

BYOD

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“Have you considered the implications of
BYOD on your network?”





1.
Do you have business partners and guest who are
frustrated by their inability to get the information
they need when they need it?

2.
Only 9% of organizations are fully aware of the
devices accessing their network… are you?

3.
Do you worry it’s simply a matter of time before a
security or compliance breach occurs due to the
use of personal devices?

4.
Analysts predict 80% of newly installed WLANs will
be obsolete by 2015 due to BYOD. Are you
concerned?

5.
Is your wireless network ready to support video?


Readiness Challenges to BYOD

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What if…


Partners and guests

were given the
right

level of access to the
appropriate

resources
in seconds



You could
onboard personal devices
to
campus networks

in minutes



You could
fingerprint

user devices to have
complete
visibility, security
and

control
over the network


You could deploy a
video
-
ready wireless
network
capable of handling the massive
growth

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Support access for visitors, business
partners & contractors

Allows students, faculty and staff to
use their personal devices for
academic and work

Provides a “BYOD ready” campus
wireless network

A step
-
by
-
step process to enable BYOD

1.
Open the door with
Guest Access

2.
Expand into
Access Control

3.
Introduce Wireless
considerations

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Over 90% of organizations do
not offer Guest Access today
because…

“I don’t want to expose my network
infrastructure to security breaches”


“It’s too costly… I’d need to build a
parallel separate infrastructure”


“Provisioning is manual & painful. I need
the MAC address of devices, I need to
modify the data base for access control,
etc….”




1.
Open the door with
Guest Access

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Identity and Network Access Control
with Guest Management

Should:


Provision guests
in seconds


Offer a self provisioning kiosk


Provide detailed tracking and auditing


What’s required:

A
Secure

and
Simpler

way to
address Guest Access…..

1.
Open the door with
Guest Access

Authenticated Network Access

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Identity
Engines

Corporate
Directories

Institution’s
Enterprise

WLAN

Institution’s
Enterprise
LAN

Internet and
VPN

Identity and Network Access
Control

Authenticated Network Access

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BYOD challenges….

Network Capacity

To accommodate growth and
collaborative applications


IT Compliance

To enforce ‘who get’s on, to
do what, to go where’




Security

To prevent unauthorized
access and allow access
who needs it

Track where and what they
access


Quality of Service

To ensure business critical
applications get priority

2.
Expand into Access
Control

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Secure
and

Enforce

IT Compliance

HR employee example

IF

(
identity = HR employee
)


AND
IF

(
device = personal iPad
)


AND IF

(
medium = wireless
)


THEN

ALLOW & GRANT

LIMITED ACCESS

Case 2


Employee with
personal iPad


(same corporate
credentials)

IF

(
identity = HR employee
)


AND IF

(
device = corp laptop
)


AND IF

(
medium = wired
)


THEN

ALLOW & GRANT

FULL ACCESS

Case 1


Employee with
corporate laptop

Identity and
Network Access
Control

2.
Expand into Access
Control

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Enterprises deploying iPads
will need 300% more Wi
-
Fi


70% of new enterprise users by 2013
will be wireless by default and wired by
exception



Video soft clients growing at 340%
through 2015



In the past WLANs were deployed for
convenience; they were not designed
for pervasive Wi
-
Fi services, real time
communication and high throughput





3.
Introduce Wireless
considerations

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Evaluating Network Solutions


Network Architecture


Ethernet routing and
switching


Wireless LAN


Security


Identity management


Network management


Remote access



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Avaya Wireless LAN 8100 Series


Greater wireless
capacity, performance,
and coverage through
802.11n


Reduce costs by offering
a simplified network
infrastructure


Optimized for real
-
time
applications such as
voice, unified
communications and
video

Combines 802.11n standard with an unified wireless/wired
architecture for schools

31% More video
call sessions
than competitive
average

23% More
VoWLAN call
sessions than
competitive
average

23
%

31
%

Source: Miercom 2011 Avaya Test Reports

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Avaya Ethernet Routing Switches

Range of core and access switches
for entry
-
level locations through high
-
performance Wiring Closet, to
Campus Core and Data Center
applications


36% Less

edge energy
consumption

40% Lower
edge total cost
of ownership

233% Greater
stackable traffic
capacity

40%

36%

233%

Certified

sub
-
second
failover

<1
sec.

Up to 7x faster
time to service
for virtual
network
provisioning than
Switch
Clustering

Up to 25x faster
time to service
for virtual
network
provisioning than
Spanning Tree

7x

25x

Source: Miercom 2011 Avaya Test Reports

Get you campus wired network ready
for BYOD and mobile learning

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Avaya Identity Engines


Unified wired and
wireless


Vendor agnostic


Virtual appliance


Robust guest
management


Granular policy engine


Sophisticated directory
federation


Simple affordable
licensing


Provides central policy decision needed to enforce role
-
based
network access control

www.avaya.com/usa/product/identity
-
engines
-
portfolio

3
rd

Generation Network Access
and Control Solution

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Summary

1.
Open the door with
Guest Access

2.
Expand into
Access Control

3.
Introduce Wireless
considerations

Support access for visitors, business
partners & contractors

Allows students, faculty and staff to
use their personal devices for
academic and work

Provides a “BYOD ready” campus
wireless network

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Mobile Learning/BYOD Whitepaper


New whitepaper from the
Center for Digital Education


“Mobile Learning:
Preparing for BYOD”


Get your
free copy
at:

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