BYOD and CYOD

Who Pays For Employee Computer Repairs & Support?

Many small business owners allow employees to bring their own computers to work. This is known as BYOD. It’s also considered a computer security no-no and headache to manage and support. It gets even more complicated when computer repair or IT Support is needed and the question of who foots the bill comes into play.…

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Mobile Device Management in Office 365 & G Suite

Mobile Device Management (MDM) allows your IT manager or IT support company to remotely troubleshoot mobile devices and to enforce IT security policies such as screen locks and strong passwords.  MDM also allows for separation of personal and company owned data on mobile devices, and is considered a must have for any BYOD policy. Today we…

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The Risk Of Poor BYOD & Data Management Solutions

The Risk Of Cutting Tech Costs (or how poor BYOD  & data management can hurt your small business) Your employees want to use their own laptops and smartphones to work from, and you may be thinking that if it saves you from having to purchase a device for them, what’s the harm? BYOD or Bring Your…

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Why CYOD Is Safer Than BYOD For Small Business Security

BYOD is Bring Your Own Device and CYOD is Choose Your Own Device, and the difference between the level of control and security your small business can have with each is night and day.  You’re using BYOD if your employees use their SmartPhones or personal computers for work.  You’re using CYOD if your company purchases and…

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BYOD Security; Are You Keeping Your Business Safe?

BYOD For Small Business Do you have a firewall? Do you have user permissions setup? Should you?  As a small business owner busy with the day to day tasks of running your business, you don’t have time to stay current on changes in IT threats. We get it. So it was no surprise to us…

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BYOD For Small Business

The Importance Of A Smart BYOD Policy For Small Business Why do you need to pay attention to BYOD for small business? BYOD is an acronym that stands for “bring your own device”, and the word is gaining in usage in IT security circles. It refers to employees who bring their own portable computing devices –…

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