Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies touch on strongly held beliefs about the boundary between work and home, not to mention security, access to information and personal privacy.
While searching for “BYOD Policy Example” might be a step in developing a good policy, it shouldn’t be the first step. The process of writing a policy requires more than editing a template — it means establishing a lasting consensus on mobile behavior and security.
Here are five key agreements to make before you dive into writing policy.
1. Agree About Who Is on the Team
Regardless of who is driving the BYOD policy process, a team […] Read more