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Bring Your Own Device to Work Policy

BYOD Policy

This is a Bring Your Own Device to Work policy issued by an employer to apply at the workplace. It sets the procedures and expectations to be followed by employees whenever they consider using their own electronic devices for work-related purposes.

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This is a Bring Your Own Device to Work policy issued by an employer to apply at the workplace. It sets the procedures and expectations to be followed by employees whenever they consider using their own electronic devices for work-related purposes.

This policy begins by outlining the reasons for implementing a bring your own device policy. This template says that such a bring your own device to work policy is necessitated by the increased security risk to the organisation's IT resources, confidential information and reputation ensuing from workers being able to use their own electronic devices for work. 

It then states what and who are covered by the policy. It also outlines the procedures and permissions to be obtained should a member of staff opt to use their own electronic devices for work-related purposes. 

How to use this Document?

This document should be used by a company's human resources personnel, or senior management to draft a bring your own device policy to apply at the workplace. It enables a company to set forth procedures and expectations when employees use their own electronic devices for work-related purposes. 

The persons issuing this policy, whether senior management or human resources personnel, should circulate it amongst staff members and notify them whenever it undergoes significant changes. 

 

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