BYOD


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BYOD

abbreviation for
(Communications & Information) bring your own device: the practice of bringing personally owned electronic communication devices to one's workplace or educational institution to use for work or educational purposes
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This new technology is handset agnostic, allowing Sprint's clients to successfully manage second line and BYOD programs, no matter which type of device employees use, or the underlying carrier that employees work with.
Here are nine strategies employed by school districts to manage their BYOD programs in a way that ensures that student-owned devices contribute to, rather than detract from, classroom engagement.
Until this perfect storm, BYOD has been a pipeline idea, with relatively few employers implementing it fully, but there is now a genuine argument that it is a feasible concept.
You know BYOD comes with risks, so you need to consider what the vulnerabilities are, and what you need to have in place to protect your firm.
Since the advent of the mobile phone, BYOD has posed both an opportunity and a headache for employers.
BYOD allows employees to access corporate data and resources without any location or time constraints.
BYOD will become more of a requirement than a privilege;
Crowd Research Partners surveyed 800 cybersecurity professionals for the "2016 BYOD and Mobile Security Report.
BYOD is a policy that allows employees to use their personal devices for official purposes and it is essentially applicable for smartphone, laptop, and tablet devices.
More than 84% of respondents allow employees to use their personal smartphones for work; 74% offer similar BYOD freedom for laptops and said they would allow employees to use their personal tablets on the job, according to a report from BizTechReports.
Established in 2013, Huawei BYOD Alliance has been concentrating on a BYOD security platform.
Yet, handled properly and with policies in place covering strict user, enforced governance and data encryption, BYOD can lead to a more agile and productive workforce; one collaborating more eectively and more able to respond to commercial challenges.