Chapter 4 GEM Group 14 Presentation

Range from no policy at all to employers claiming

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Unformatted text preview: usiness. Range from no policy at all to employers claiming ownership to any device connected to their systems. BYOD Policies Mobile Device Management Software • • • A common organizational policy is to manage users’ devices as if they were owned by the organization. Numerous vendors license products called, mobile device management software, to help assist this process. Organization’s IS department cleans reloads software and installs programs that enable IS department to manage the device remotely. Advantages/Disadvantages Continues • Advantages: – • Instant communication Disadvantages: – Security issues Mobile Systems in the News • According to the Wall Street Journal, more and more companies are relying on mobile...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2014 for the course BCOR 330 taught by Professor Jamesdenton during the Fall '12 term at WVU.

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