Friday, June 8, 2012

7 tips for establishing a successful BYOD policy

This pressure might leave you wondering the keys to developing a BYOD policy and how best to implement it.

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The seven core ideas contained in the article should be a part of any good Bring Your Own Device program. Each idea comes with many important questions to ask yourself, your IT associates and your executive team while developing a BYOD policy.

First on the list: Specify what devices are permitted. It's important to decide exactly what you mean when you say "bring your own device." Make it clear to employees who are interested in BYOD which devices you will support - in addition to whatever CU-issued devices you continue to deploy-and which you won't.

Read the full article to see the rest of the BYOD tips.

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