The embrace of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs by employers and employees, which is transforming workplaces everywhere, brings with it a complex mix of benefits, costs and risks.
This white paper summarizes key findings from a recent survey conducted by Corporate Counsel Business Journal and AccessData, to explore the evolving BYOD landscape in light of e-discovery and other disclosure demands.
The white paper outlines three key areas explored in the survey, including:
corporate attitudes and concerns regarding BYOD programs;
e-discovery challenges arising from the use of personal devices for work; and
managing the risks of corporate personal device programs.
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