eDiscovery Best Practices Series: Your Device Policies Must Balance eDiscovery and Employee Rights

Ken Neal
by Ken Neal
June 19, 2018
eDiscovery Trends

Using personal devices to conduct non-personal business has become increasingly common. Companies issuing these devices need to clearly understand the needs, rights, obligations and expectations of employees when implementing "bring your own device" (BYOD) policies and programs.

In our new whitepaper, BYOD Policies and Employee Rights, you will learn about:

  • Balancing corporate needs with employee privacy
  • Using device management solutions to reduce common discovery headaches
  • Policy provisions for crafting a successful BYOD program

Technology changes almost daily. Future developments in the area of BYOD will likely be impacted by technology advances in personal devices and the weakening distinctions between personal and business communications. To learn more: DOWNLOAD THE WHITEPAPER.

Also, feel free to visit the Discovery Services page of our website where you will find additional insights on the latest trends and industry best practices including case histories, whitepapers and more.

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