Law360, New York (June 17, 2016, 11:49 AM EDT) -- Karla Grossenbacher
Stacey L. Blecher
In a world that becomes more connected to technology by the moment, many employers are turning to "bring your own device" policies as an answer to the increasing costs and burdens of providing devices to employees. However, BYOD policies should be drafted carefully and implemented consistently to ensure the employer is protected in the event of a data breach, litigation or release of confidential information.
More and more employers are embracing the BYOD trend, permitting employees to use their own technology for both work and play rather than provide company-owned equipment. Allowing employees to use...
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