Bring Your Own Device
Bring Your Own device is a business policy of employees bringing personally owned mobile devices to work and using those devices to access privileged company resources like email, file servers and databases as well as personal applications and data. The types of devices that employees may use are smart cell phones and laptops. The reality is that there is no simple solution when it comes to regulating BYOD. Every organization is different and there are number of different factors that have to be taken into consideration. First a company will have to decide which employees will be allowed access, as well as the types of devices they are going to support.
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