Half of the executives surveyed in a new report from Deloitte say their organizations have bring-your-own-device programs, and the study says the growth of BYOD raises questions about how often policies should be updated and communicated to employees as well as how such co-mingling of devices could impact the security of organization assets and proprietary information.
BYOD also creates complications with preserving the increasing volumes of company data stored on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets in the event it is required for legal discovery, according to the report, “Getting Smart about Smartphone Technology.”
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