Best practices for implementing a successful BYOD programme | 9 ways to make your BYOD policy work

Integrating personal devices into working practices can be a boost to business, but BYOD can be disastrous if managed incorrectly

The growth of BYOD (bring-your-own-device) initiatives continues unabated as more millennials enter the workforce and personal technology becomes inseparable from business needs.

BYOD can support remote working, save money, drive productivity and improve staff morale, but it also presents professional challenges. It can foster incompatibility and create major security risks if initiated carelessly. Following a set of best practices can ensure its adoption is productive and risk-free.

Read on to find out how to implement BYOD at your organisation.

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