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Jun 11
2013

What are the risks of BYOD?

Posted by Robert Siciliano in BYOD

Robert Siciliano

As companies cut costs, and employees desire more freedom of choice, they increasinglybring their own mobile  devices to work. . The opportunity to eliminate the significant expenses associated with corporate mobile devices excites even the most staid CFO, and the IT guys are told to “make it work.” This development has come to be known by its acronym“BYOD” (Bring Your Own Device).

Mar 05
2013

How BYOD is Driving Innovation

Posted by Robert Siciliano in BYOD

Robert Siciliano

One fourth of all global information workers use their own devices at home and at work for work purposes. A recent survey report, commissioned by Unisys and conducted by Forrester Consulting, involved 2,600 IT workers and 590 business and their IT executives.

Aug 06
2012

Understanding Your BYOD Policy

Posted by Robert Siciliano in BYOD

Robert Siciliano

An employee may pay for their device and its monthly plan, but employees who use their personal devices at work should be required to adhere to a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy that sets the ground rules. If you choose to use your personal device for work purposes at any time for any reason, then your employer will more than likely want control over that device. This means like in a company mobile liability policy, the employer may have remote capabilities to monitor activity and in the event of loss or employee termination, wipe the data.

Jul 27
2012

“BYOD”? Mobile Security Tips for Small Businesses

Posted by Robert Siciliano in BYOD

Robert Siciliano

Many employees have come to expect that they should be able to use personal smartphones and other mobile devices at the office. This creates problems for IT managers. A company’s IT staff may have a solid grasp on company-issued laptops, desktops, and even mobile phones, but it is almost impossible to control the results when employees begin connecting various types of personal devices to the company’s network. When you get that brand new Droid, load it up with apps, and then plug it into your work PC in order to update or sync necessary files, your company’s IT guy has to worry about whether that last app you downloaded might infect the entire network.


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