This directive sets out guidelines for [the name] for the use of personal electronic devices for work-related purposes. To ensure the security of information [company name], authorized employees must install antivirus and MDM software on their personal mobile devices. This MDM software records all company-related information, including calendars, emails and other applications, in a password-protected and secure area. The [Company Name] IT department must install this software before using the personal device for work purposes. Employees can only store business information in this area. Employees should not use cloud-based applications or backups that allow the transmission of enterprise-related data to unsafe parties. For safety reasons, personal devices cannot be synchronized with other devices in employees` homes. Any modification of the device`s hardware or software beyond authorized and routine installation updates is prohibited, unless this has been approved by IT. Employees should not use unsecured websites. Employees may be disciplined until the termination of employment for damages intentionally caused by the employee. XYZ employees must accept the conditions set out in this directive in order to connect their devices to the business network. Following the resignation or termination of the employment relationship or at any time upon request, the employee may be asked to submit the personal device to the inspection.
All company data on personal devices is removed from IT after the termination of the working relationship. Writing a BYOD policy forces companies to think before letting their employees go onto the organization`s network with their own smartphones and tablets. Issues that need to be addressed by company management during the planning phase include: which browsers should employees use? What security tools offer the best protection for the many devices that can connect to the network? What support does IT need to provide? To ensure that nothing is overlooked, you get contributions from employees throughout the company: HR, IT, accounting, law – workers and executives. During their work, employees are expected to exercise the same discretion in the use of their personal devices as is provided for the use of company equipment. [Company name] The guidelines for harassment, discrimination, retaliation, trade secrets, confidential information and ethics apply to employees` use of personal equipment for work-related activities. XYZ gives its employees the privilege of buying and using the smartphones and tablets of their choice at work. XYZ Reserves the right to revoke this authorization if users do not comply with the following policies and procedures. Employees of [company name] may be able to use their personal electronic devices for work purposes if they have been authorized in writing, in advance by staff and management. Personal electronic devices include mobile phones, smartphones, tablets, laptops and computers. Excessive personal calls, emails or text messages during the work day, regardless of the device used, can affect staff productivity and distract others.
Staff should deal with personal matters during periods of absence from work and ensure that friends and family members are informed of the directive. Exceptions can be made in an emergency and approved in advance by management. Managers reserve the right to request employees` mobile phone bills and to use reports for calls and messages during working hours to determine if the use is excessive. No employee who uses his or her personal device should expect privacy, with the exception of one who is subject to