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Asbetha7571yOnly small and medium sized firms allow the BYOD policy ... but still it's a nightmare 4 the IT Dep. because you have so many possible devices to manage ... don't forget the IT Sec holes you create
nibor32221yWith BYOD there is the added problem of ensuring nothing belonging to the company (code, data, licenced apps, etc) is left behind when you leave.
Also, tbh, I would not want to mix personal stuff with work stuff, even if I was BYOD I'd use a machine dedicated to the work and keep a separate machine for non-work
bahua133691yI've worked in offices where BYOD was enabled, but there was no access to our environment from the office. We had to remote into dedicated VM desktops, and access to the environment was enabled from there. I thought it worked pretty well. I set up a bunch of triggered port forwards to allow me to work from anywhere, but the setup was pretty simple for the desktop people to maintain.
I can always give excuse of slow laptop for missing the deadline
That's just a good reason to take a coffee break every so often