Keeping up with the workforce

In the tech world, BYOD appeals to coveted millennial workers and their blended work-home lifestyle

4th October, 2015
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Tara Gale, client solutions marketing manager, Dell Ireland

Corporations are striving to be at the cutting edge to get the best employees. This means staying on top of the BYOD trend.

But to implement a BYOD policy, it is important to identify business objectives and benefits, as well as taking into account security, audit and data-protection requirements. Failure to implement proper software and management capabilities will create security risks.

The majority of issues are around data protection. If staff neglect to keep up...

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