January 4

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)


Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

‘Bring Your Own Device’ has been talked about for years. In our opinion it really hasn’t had the uptake that people where expecting.

One of the biggest users of BYOD that we know of is RBS, they ask staff to buy their own laptops and then they connect to secure environments within the bank.

Most businesses adopt some form of BYOD (you mightn’t even realise) such as users connecting their personal phones to work email.

This guide should help you understand some of the issues. Get it here


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