What About BYOD, Company-Sponsored Backup and Insurance Policy Considerations? #Sandy #HurricaneSandy #SuperstormSandy
With BYOD and telework gaining in adoption in the U.S., the question arises as to how much the employer is willing to provide backup and recovery support for personal devices as well as home-based offices such as generators, backup devices for computers, iPads for easier field-level functioning, dual Internet connections, dual telcom connections et al?
I asked this question on LinkedIn and got only one response – it added the insurance angle. So I’m looking for what your organization is doing in supporting these two initiatives.
Respond with your ideas and feedback.
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