With mobile devices so ingrained into modern culture, the fact is that your employees are going to bring them to work. Most of them will use them for work. This can be beneficial, of course, but it can also cause problems. This month we’ll discuss what your company’s mobile policy should cover.
Network security is a major point of emphasis for most businesses that rely on their IT. As a result, mobile security should work in concert with your network security rules. Here are a couple of guidelines you will want to include to ensure that your mobile platform stays secure:
This is not a comprehensive list. You will want to add other security-minded protocols as you see fit.
Your business probably has spent a fair amount of time and money investing in efforts to keep your data and infrastructure safe. Why would you suddenly let employee mobile devices present problems for your business? You will want to make sure that you are protected. A few variables to add to your mobile policy include:
Just like all the other rules and regulations you have documented, putting both your mobile device policy and your Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy in writing is a solid practice
Your mobile policy has to outline how your staff can use their devices at work. At TaylorWorks, we believe erring on the side of security is prudent, but some organizations open theirs up a little more than we’d like. Some line-items you should include are:
There is much more to managing your staff’s mobile devices than simply posting rules. To talk to one of our technicians about the technology that can help you manage your company’s mobile device policy, call us today at 407-478-6600.