Who dislikes BYOD policies? Many folks, I suppose. But in my experience, lawyers and IT pros top the list.
If you’ve ever been tempted to bring your own electronic device to work—rather than the hardware assigned to you—you’re part of the BYOD movement.
But toting your clearly superior technology to the office—and accessing work-related files with it—may cause challenges for your firm or company.
Well, leave it to a few lawyers to set things right. This Wednesday, Jaburg Wilk attorneys Neal Bookspan and Laura Rogal offer a free seminar—in partnership with Apple—that includes tips on “building your own BYOD program in the workplace.”
It will be held at the Apple store at the Biltmore (2502 E. Camelback) on Wednesday, October 28, from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
And it’s possible—wait for it—that there might be candy available, if we can trust a tweet by Laura Rogal (And if we cannot trust tweets, I’m not sure what the world has become!):
I promise useful information on Weds. And maybe candy! Because you know, nothing says legal knowledge like sugar. https://t.co/6aaTCVOPM0
— Laura Rogal (@Lawyer_Girl) October 23, 2015
Here is more detail:
Attendees will learn how to establish a BYOD policy, security and device management and ideas to make the user experience great. Immediately following the presentation will be a networking event.
BYOD programs are thriving in companies due to the popularity of personal electronic devices and laptops, including iPhone, iPad and the iOS platform. Implementing a BYOD Program is known to reduce risks and keeps propriety information safe.
To register, send an email to the Apple Biltmore Business Team at BiltmoreBusiness@apple.com.Follow @azatty