The days of workers bringing their own mobile devices to the office  are here to stay. An overwhelming majority now feel comfortable using personal devices at work, which means IT professionals need to prepare their networks for an onslaught of mobile devices.
It’s important to lay out a BYOD policy up front so that every worker plays by the same rules. One of the most frequent arguments against allowing BYOD in the enterprise is the increased risk of data breaches. But with a good policy in place, everyone should be able to work in harmony.
To outline the key elements of a good BYOD policy, mobile security company NQ Mobile has put together what it calls “The IT Pro’s Guide to Mobile Security.” Check out the infographic for more: