Bring your own device (BYOD) term is used to describe company policy which allows and governs use of employees-owned devices for work, such as phones, laptops and tablets.
Bring your own device definition (BYOD)
Bring your own device term is used to describe company policy which allows and governs use of employees-owned devices for work, such as phones, laptops and tablets.
BYOD policies allow various levels of access to company data and systems:
- unlimited access
- access to non-sensitive systems and data only
- access to sensitive data with IT control over personal devices
- access to sensitive data without the ability to store it on personal devices
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