Determining Enterprise Readiness to Support Employee Owned Devices

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Use of employee-owned devices (EODs) has exploded in the past two years. New applications are downloaded every day. If your IT department hasn’t recently updated its EOD policy, your data and network are at risk.

To help you regain control, we’ve put together the checklist: Determining Enterprise Readiness to Support Employee-Owned Devices. In this brief download, you’ll get a quick-to-read resource to help you with:

  • Foundational Policies, from acceptable use to password management
  • Security Tool Support, such as simplified operation and patch management
  • Managing EODs, in regards to access, tools and virtualization
  • Information Security, with guidance on encryption, the Cloud and collaboration

To get Determining Enterprise Readiness to Support Employee-Owned Devices, please complete the form to the right.

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