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AT&T Updates Toggle for BYOD

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DALLAS -- AT&T is making it easy for workers to carry just one smartphone. New enhancements to AT&T Toggle give network administrators more control, employees more flexibility and organizations more security when preparing for a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environment.

With the latest additions to AT&T Toggle, it’s even easier for administrators to manage their mobile environment with an improved user experience and new applications in the AT&T Toggle App Ecosystem. AT&T Toggle customers also benefit from AT&T Toggle Data packages available for use with AT&T Mobile Share and Mobile Share Value plans.

According to Gartner, “by 2020, 85% of organizations will adopt BYOD in some form.”1 Many employees prefer the ease of using their preferred device for both personal and professional use. One example of this is SleepMed, Inc., the largest private sleep diagnostics provider and the largest ambulatory EEG provider in the nation. Like many healthcare institutions, SleepMed, Inc. is moving to BYOD to reduce costs and increase productivity and convenience. The company is providing AT&T Toggle to its 1,000 SleepMed employees and has plans to expand to the 8,000 physicians in its network to meet a demand for smart connectivity.

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)

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7/9/2014 | 9:57:38 PM
BYOD management from the service provider?
It's interesting to see BYOD management tools coming from the carrier, but it would probably be nicer to see the tools coming from the device makers or built into the mobile OS... I'm surprised that Androd hasn't picked up this feature yet. OR that Windows Mobile isn't trying to woo enterprise users with this kind of management system built into the OS.
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