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Youre Doing BYOD Wrong: These Numbers Prove It
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phoenix522
phoenix522,
User Rank: Strategist
11/21/2014 | 5:46:24 PM
We Don't Allow It
We simply don't allow it. Getting caught putting company data on a personal device is a punishable offense in our company.
ODA155
ODA155,
User Rank: Ninja
11/24/2014 | 9:43:53 AM
Re: We Don't Allow It
@phoenix522,... How do you know?
Marilyn Cohodas
Marilyn Cohodas,
User Rank: Strategist
11/25/2014 | 4:49:16 PM
Re: We Don't Allow It
And what are the consequences?
PatrickH859
PatrickH859,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/2/2014 | 6:36:41 AM
Our policy
Speaking about BYOD policy in the office I can say that as soon as a person attaches any BYOD to the network, they ask for the login and password and if you are a strange person you will never get into. Then i know that there is an excellent metwork monitoring solution Anturis which is able to see how my BYOD behaves in the network. When the tool sees a problem it sends the alert and the device can be blocked at all. I think that the rules are nice and rather strict but they are affective in general.


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