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BYOD policies should balance user needs and mobile security
Sponsored by IBM
Bring your own device (BYOD) policies are a good way to get mobility off the ground, but they‘re not a magic pill. Every organization needs to clearly lay out its expectations for mobile workers, regardless of who owns their devices, in order to protect data and network access. BYOD policies must account for acceptable use and enterprise mobility management technologies. IT must also be ready for employees who try to get around policies and address privacy concerns.
Table Of Contents
- Craft BYOD policies with care
- Prevent employees from circumventing IT policies
- Who watches the watchers? Location-based MDM raises privacy concerns