Bring Your Own Device

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) typically refers to the practice of allowing employees to access business email and company files from personal smartphones and laptops. There are significant data protection issues... more +
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) typically refers to the practice of allowing employees to access business email and company files from personal smartphones and laptops. There are significant data protection issues associated with BYOD. Many companies draft formalized BYOD policies to address these concerns, but there are still inherent risks associated with the practice. less -
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Cochran v. Schwan’s Home Service, Inc.; Court Tells Employers to Pay Part of Employees’ Cell Phone Bills - Action required:...

Labor Code section 2802 requires an employer to reimburse an employee who uses a personal cell phone for work-related calls, according to the California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District....more

Bring Your Own Device Doesn't Mean Bring in Security Breach

Bring-Your-Own-Device (“BYOD”) policies have been picking up steam because of increased productivity, improved communications, and the need for employees to work remotely. However, when implementing any BYOD policy there are...more

The 21st Century Water Cooler: Discovery and Text Messages

Text messages, once the exclusive domain of teenagers and college students, are increasingly used in business communications. These communications are, unsurprisingly, also discoverable in a wide variety of litigation...more

Going Mobile: The Risks and Rewards of a BYOD Program

Employees are increasingly using their personal electronic devices, such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets, for work purposes. The trend, dubbed “Bring Your Own Device” or “BYOD,” has redefined what it means to “be at...more

10 Tips for Creating a Successful BYOD Policy

The “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend has become the norm at many companies and viewed as a way to both save money and increase productivity. By allowing employees to use their personal smartphones, tablets and laptops to...more

Blurring The Line Between Yours And Mine: Best Practices For Bring Your Own Device Policies

Let’s face it: bring-your-own-device (BYOD) situations are here to stay. With the ubiquity of employees having and using smartphones and tablets – devices that have more capacity and processing power than desktop computers...more

The “Coffee and Naps” School of Business Ethics Training: Part 3

There are a number of pieces that come together to make an end-to-end business ethics training system. The emphasis in that sentence was on system – a successful ethics program isn’t just a one-time event. Let’s look at the...more

Protecting Trade Secrets in the Digital Age Requires Extra Vigilance

Technology allows businesses around the world to easily communicate and access data, increasing both business opportunities and worker productivity. However, this same technology also makes corporate data more vulnerable to...more

Health Care in 2014: A Brave New World

With the completion of the enrollment phase of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health care in the United States has entered a new era that will be characterized by extensive changes and challenges for both providers and...more

Human Error Biggest Threat to Patient Data Security and Privacy

Human error remains the biggest threat to healthcare data privacy, according to the latest study on patient privacy and data security by the Ponemon Institute. Healthcare organizations also continue to struggle with...more

Thorny Issues to Consider Before Buying Into BYOD

A salesperson and her boss are attending a conference at a hotel. Their goals are twofold: learning the latest industry trends and mingling with clients to generate business. After the sessions end, they invite two potential...more

Have You Written Your BYOD Policy Yet? Don't Forget These 9 Must-Have Features

I read a great blog by Tricia Meyer of Meyer Law, on how crucial it is to prepare your business for the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement. Surely you’ve heard about this; I even heard a story about BYOD on NPR a few...more

EXPANDED – BYOD: Where the Employee and the Enterprise Intersect

BYOD Yesterday And Today - The proliferation of bring your own device programs – or “BYOD” as it is commonly referred – has drastically changed today’s corporate workplace environment. Employees are availing themselves...more

BYOD is Here: 9 Features Your BYOD Policy and Compliance Training Courses Should Include

I read a great blog by Tricia Meyer of Meyer Law, on how crucial it is to prepare your business for the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement. Surely you’ve heard about this; I even heard a story about BYOD on NPR a few...more

When Tech Innovation Outpaces the Law, A Minefield Of Workplace Issues in Social Media

Part of JD Supra's series on innovation and the law. The NLRB has famously struck down employers’ social media policies based on a law that was adopted during the New Deal and has not been amended since....more

When Innovation Outpaces the Law: Public Officials’ Private Devices, Accounts & the California Public Records Act

Part of JD Supra's series on innovation and the law. If a public official sends a text about the agency’s business from his or her personal phone on an account for which he or she foots the bill, is the text a public record?...more

BYOD: Where the Employee and the Enterprise Intersect

The proliferation of bring your own device programs – or “BYOD” as it is commonly referred – has drastically changed today’s corporate workplace environment. Employees are availing themselves of smart phones, tablets, and...more

Week in Review - April 14, 2014

With technological innovations appearing daily in the workplace, employers must continually evaluate how best to proactively prepare for and respond to these changes. As you do your planning, you might want to check out the...more

Practice ‘Bring Your Own Device’? Here’s How to Avoid Legal Trouble

The "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) trend has risen dramatically in the last year, but with its increased use comes risks that employers and employees are not equipped to manage. Employers should practice the following in...more

BYOD for 501(c)s: Pros and Perils of "Bring Your Own Device"

In this presentation: - Current Issues - Overview of BYOD Policies - Integrating BYOD in Your Workforce - Lessons from the Front Lines - Putting It All Together - Takeaways and...more

Bring Your Own Device Policies: What Employers Need to Know

Employers that allow their employees to use their own mobile devices for work purposes should have in place well-considered Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies.Effective employer BYOD policies anticipate and address a range...more

Implementing a Bring-Your-Own-Device Policy: What Your Nonprofit Needs to Know

In this presentation: - Current Issues - Overview of BYOD Policies - Integrating BYOD in Your Workforce - Lessons from the Front Lines - Putting It All Together - Hypothetical...more

Significant Employment Law Changes and Trends for 2014 and the Need to Update Related Practices, Policies and Forms

Employers constantly face legal compliance and integration challenges in today’s environment of increasingly numerous and complex employment laws. We identify some of the more significant trends and recent changes below. ...more

Employer To Do List for the New Year

As the new year is getting under way, employers should consider placing these developing issues at the top of their to do list: Social Media Policies - Employers should consider reviewing and updating social...more

Nothing Personal: How to be Smart About Your BYOD Workplace Policy (And Why It Matters!)

You might think people are making more out of BYOD than it deserves, that it is a relatively benign issue. Alas, you’d be wrong....more

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