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Fiori & BYOD

Have any members crossed the bridge of permitting Fiori on BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)?

2 clients in the past week have asked me about it and are each trying to approach it from different angles. After drilling down into more detail, concerns are around revoking access and managing access, along with a single point of removal for all things company owned on the device.

Putting the last point aside, I am hoping someone has deployed Fiori to staff members personal devices and can provide some insight into risks that were acceptable and any learnings.

Thanks in advance.

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    May 05, 2014 at 09:29 AM

    Hi Alan,

    I don't see any problem in managing access to applications as Fiori application are

    role based so you can easily maintain a check on who should be able to use the application.

    Next, before rolling out the application to staff members you should know their device configurations.

    This is important because Fiori application are not supported by all mobile phones available in the in the market.

    For more information on the device support please visit:

    http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-53180

    Regards,

    Ritesh

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  • May 06, 2014 at 11:00 PM

    Thanks Ritesh.

    Devices are not a problem and is part of the wider BYOD strategy, as only certain devices and Operating Systems are permitted.

    Am interested in insights into acceptable risks along with learnings from anyone that has been involved in deploying Fiori as part of BYOD. Have you deployed Fiori to personal devices?

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    • Alan King Brenton OCallaghan

      Hi Brenton

      Excellent info, thank you and also for the link. This is more response I was seeking. Would be interested in exploring a little further. Appreciate the response.

      Cheers


      Alan