Six BYOD Questions Users Should Ask IT

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The last question is for the user to ask him or herself:

Will these IT policies limit my productivity?

At the end of the day, mobile devices make us productive. If getting more access results in less productivity, you may want to tell IT no thanks.

Just as it is important for IT to know how and where users are taking corporate data, it is equally important for users to know how IT is accessing their devices. Having been on both sides of the equation, Adam Ely, co-founder and COO of Bluebox, recommends users ask six questions of IT before enrolling in a BYOD program.


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