BYOD policy – Charting a good path to higher ground

16 Jan

This is just a cross-post to a piece of mine that we’ve published  on the Hicks Morley website. Here’s a link and a teaser:

The desire to use personal mobile devices to undertake work has risen like the incoming tide. Employers must make a choice: turn the tide on the use of personal devices by re-enforcing an outright ban or chart a thoughtful path to higher “Bring Your Own Device” or “BYOD” ground. Employers that do neither will sink into the mire of unreasonable IT security risk. This FTR Now discusses the pros and cons of adopting policy that allows employees to use a personal mobile device for work and the aims of proper BYOD policy.

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One Response to “BYOD policy – Charting a good path to higher ground”

  1. Greg Lafontaine January 17, 2013 at 3:30 pm #

    Thanks for the link. Seems very interesting. An outright ban is certainly not the solution here.

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