Bring Your Own Device: Considerations for HR Departments

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A "BYOD" (Bring Your Own Device) policy can present both advantages and disadvantages from an HR perspective. This articles the pros and cons of letting employees use their own mobile devices as work devices.


William R.

William R.

San Antonio, Texas, United States

William Reynolds has worked as a freelance copywriter since 1997. William specializes in website content, ghost-blogging, print marketing content and audio/video scripts to help businesses with their online reputation management and promotional strategies.

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