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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However, BYOD is not only a simple idea or a way of working (Deloitte, 2013).
BYOD and the Interaction with Personal Privacy Concerns
A great starting point in constructing a BYOD policy is to identify the areas of the device that will be permitted to access company systems, and thus in turn will be accessible by the company for normal business purposes.
Demand for BYOD is expected to continue to grow enormously in the next few years.
Based on geographic/regional distribution the global Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) & Enterprise Mobility Market is studied for key regional markets focusing on the respective geographic trends and statistics, and thereby delivering market size and forecast values.
BRING-YOUR-OWN-DEVICE (BYOD) initiatives can introduce challenges for schools, including network capacity limitations, equity issues for students who can't afford their own device and support issues for teachers dealing with a variety of operating systems and device capabilities in the classroom.
The last five years of development in enterprise technology has created a perfect storm, culminating in increasing interest in the idea of BYOD in workplaces.
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 will become more of a requirement than a privilege;