As technology continues to expand and improve, many people have come to prefer to use their own systems over their office’s tech offerings. This is largely because many of us have newer personal devices that allow us to do so much more than the computers we use at our office. As a result, the issue of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) has become far more important, especially due to the fact that if left unchecked, BYOD could pose a security risk to your organization.
What should I do about BYOD?
The first reaction of many office managers and business owners, worried about security threats that could stem from BYOD, is to impose an outright ban of devices. While telling your staff they are not to use their devices for work may seem like a quick and easy solution, you can be 100% sure that there will be employees who ignore this policy and use their personal devices for work regardless.
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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Implementation, Upgrade, & Restart Options
Competitive Edge Services (CES) recognizes that each business has different internal skillsets and resources which drive their needs from their partner. For example, companies that have an internal IT department may be able to conduct pieces of the implementation such as software installation. Whereas a company that does not have this internal skillset will be more dependent upon their partner to complete these tasks. To accommodate these differences and the level of ownership that the client wants to participate in, CES now offers the following three models in working with its clients.
Client assumes responsibility for all services except for customizations, unless they own the NAV development tools.
Client takes on more ownership and therefore limits the hours from the partner. For example, clients would conduct their own end-user training and will agree to work within the assigned hours for each task, which will require that they utilize more of their own internal resources