Important Security Tips When Implementing A BYOD Policy
Business 2 Community, June 16th, 2020
June 16, 2020,
Volume 267, Issue 3

A BYOD policy (bring-your-own-device) is increasingly common in business, especially with everyone working from home during the pandemic

"The shutdown caught most companies by surprise, so the only option for keeping some semblance of normalcy involved shifting work from a shared office, with secure company devices, to satellite campuses in the homes of all your essential workers.

In addition, having workers use their own devices, even once they're back at the office, has many advantages. For instance, it's cheaper for you because employees use their own laptops and mobile devices, which means you don't need to provide these devices for everybody. I mean, think about it. If the average computer costs $1000, which is a pretty realistic average for the type of hardware necessary for most business operations, a team of 30 means an outlay of $30,000 for computers..."

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