Tantleff Quoted on BYOD Trend in Workplace

27 April 2012 TabTimes News

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Senior Counsel Aaron Tantleff discussed the legal implications of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend in the workplace, stating that the most pressing concern for companies is not the types of mobile devices utilized by employees but rather the information stored on them. He noted that employers will need to establish formal policies and procedures in order to claim ownership of company information that is retained on employees’ mobile devices.

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