BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)

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BOYD, which stands for Bring Your Own Device, is an IT policy which allows employees to access organizational systems using their personal devices such as laptops and tablets. 

Having a BOYD policy is important as it helps the organization to have a balance between managed risk and improved productivity; it is also important to protect the organization’s data and maintain confidentiality. 

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There are many organizations who still feel that BYOD is not the best policy because of security concerns.
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)