Bring Your Own Device


Have a Solid BYOD Policy or Risk Major Security Breaches

The CYOD, choose your own device, option may not be as attractive cost-wise but ensures that full ownership of the device is retained by the company and eliminates any uncertainty in safeguarding information on the device.

BYOD: Employees Ignoring Heartbleed, Other Security Risks

A new study reveals that 10 percent of enterprise employees don’t even have a password, PIN or other security measure enabled on the mobile device they use for work purposes, potentially exposing organizations to grave risk.

Sprint Offers BYOD Management for Businesses

Sprint says its solution addresses the key BYOD challenges of IT organizations security, administration and shared costs while allowing employees to use their preferred device for work purposes to be more productive.

Samsung Galaxy S III ‘SAFE’ for BYOD

Samsung says SAFE provides a comprehensive approach to making Android devices secure and manageable by meeting the rapidly evolving needs of IT and the growing number of businesses allowing employees to bring your own device” (BYOD) to work.


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