Developing a new user agreement for BYOPC programs

Many organizations are implementing bring-your-own-device (BYOD) or bring-your-own-PC (BYOPC) programs to increase work flexibility, improve employee productivity and reduce enterprise costs. Before your organization allows employees to use personally owned laptops, tablets or smartphones for work, consider how these programs will affect corporate privacy, data protection and e-discovery policies.
Dell brought together IT, security, legal, human resources (HR) and corporate communications groups to create a clear, concise user agreement for the rollout of Dell Desktop Workspace — a component of the Dell Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution.

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