Completely missing the point
The main driver behind BYOD is users wanting devices which work well and which the IT department have not screwed with. I for one will refuse to have this type of software anywhere near my devices and so we're back to square one with IT giving me a poorly managed device which I will decide not to use and start using my own devices. The difference is that next time I'll be creating the content on my devices so it will never touch the corporate network for them to screw with. Each iteration of this process leaves users and data further from the corporate network, not closer.