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As the population continues to grow more tech-savvy and gadget obsessed, so does the push for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Many organizations have already implemented BYOD solutions, and for those who have not, they are likely heeling the pressure to implement BYOD. So it seems BYOD isn’t going anywhere any time soon. 

Actually whether you like it or not, personal mobile devices are coming to your secure wireless network even if you don’t plan for them. That’s why it is important to put a BYOD policy in place. Having a secure and well-thought-out BYOD policy will set expectations and address any possible privacy and security issues associated with BYOD.

The specific details to any BYOD policy will of course be a little more industry specific and even more specific to that particular organization. But here is a great infographic from Symantec that sort of maps out and guides you through the process of creating a BYOD policy for your organization. It covers all they key components of a successful BYOD policy.

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byod policy infographic

As you can see there is a lot to consider when creating an efficacious BYOD policy. If you have not embraced BYOD yet, get ready, because its proliferation will only continue its acceleration. If you have any questions about BYOD or where to begin we can help.

We specialize in building completely secure enterprise wireless networking solutions and always plan for the future of mobile devices. We can help address any potential issues and work on the best design so you can take full advantage of the many benefits of BYOD for your organization. Just contact us here with any questions or for a free consultation. Good luck!

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Ashley Wainwright

Ashley Wainwright

Ashley is a Marketing Coordinator at SecurEdge Networks. She loves cooking and everything there is about being a mom.

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