Bring your own corporate espionage risks
Posted on 06-29-2015 by Tracie Morris

With the increase in technology, businesses have become more allowing of the idea of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). According to an article on Lexis Nexis ® Corporate Counsel Advisory, that while this trend can lead to increased productivity, it also serves as an espionage risk. If they leave the... Read More

BYOD Expenses: Next Wave of Class Action Law Suits?
Posted on 10-22-2014 by Doug Esten

A new breed of class action lawsuit involving employee use of personal cell phones for work is developing in California and may “go viral.” California is often known as the birthplace of many new trends that eventually spread throughout the country. Of course, many social media companies... Read More

Exposing your law firm to the dangers of file sharing: What are the 3 ways to protect your firm?
Posted on 09-23-2014 by Ted Zwayer

Photo Credit: zippy / Shutterstock.com Every day attorneys will “hit send” as they email back and forth a myriad of confidential documents to their clients and colleagues. While this is a seemingly harmless business task, a new study from LexisNexis shows that electronic file sharing might... Read More

The good, the bad, and the ugly. What do you think about the new iPhone 6?
Posted on 09-17-2014 by amanda-alge-bales

Last week, I was traveling and somehow missed the launch hype about the new iPhone 6. Even passing an Apple store, I didn't notice a line of people camped out waiting for the release. But from what I understand, the iPhone 6 is plotting a course to be the most successful smartphone ever made all... Read More

The Role of a Distracted-Driving Policy in a BYOD Workplace
Posted on 05-21-2014 by Doug Esten

"Risks and Rewards of a BYOD Workplace” was the subject of a series of presentations at the annual employment-law seminar last week. More and more employers are adopting BYOD policies with the state of Delaware as an early adopter in the BYOD arena, according to an article featured at the... Read More

Safeguards to protect against the legal perils of "bring your own device" (BYOD)
Posted on 05-13-2014 by Doug Esten

As reported by Pepper Hamilton – Practice ‘Bring Your Own Device’? Here’s How to Avoid Legal Trouble – the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) trend has risen dramatically in the last year, but with its increased use comes risks that employers and employees are not... Read More

37% of U.S. Millennials Say Mobile Tech Increases Their Work Hours
Posted on 04-30-2014 by cmr0627

It's no secret that smartphones and tablets increase levels of interpersonal communication. It's never been easier to get in touch with family and friends. However, results from a recent Gallup poll show that mobile technology influences other areas of American adults' day-to-day lives... Read More

How Can We Keep Our Law Firm’s Systems Safe in a BYOD World?
Posted on 03-26-2014 by Doug Esten

How Can We Keep Our Law Firm’s Systems Safe in a BYOD World? A Q&A session about BYOD relevant to practicing attorneys, and law firms. Featured on the attorneyatwork website. Read More

Google Glass/BYOD
Posted on 12-12-2013 by Hans Thielman

http://www.forbes.com/sites/emc/2013/12/11/new-mobile-device-types-will-bring-byod-policy-changes/ Read More

Can BYOD be managed to avoid a work-Chernobyl, or is this a six-figure fantasy?
Posted on 06-11-2013 by Travis Burchart

Jon Hyman recently noted that 56.8% of employees use personal devices at work (with 70% of those employees using their smartphones). In light of these numbers, he says BYOD is no longer your option but your obligation. It sounds benign – Bring Your Own Device - a play on the old BYOB acronym... Read More