Bring your own device (BYOD), in theory, is a beautiful thing. Employees are free to use their personal devices at work, allowing for more efficiency and flexibility—not to mention that employers save on outfitting an entire company with PCs, phones and tablets, while at the same time getting a more reachable employee. Yet the reality of BYOD is a lot more complex. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, Joe Ross, president and cofounder of CSID, offers practical tips on how to create BYOD policies for three generations of workers.
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