Getting Through BYOD Without PTSD

Vol. 9 Special Edition

Orrie Dinstein is Chief Privacy Leader and Senior IT & IP counsel at GE Capital. The views expressed are his own. He can be reached at

Many companies are becoming familiar with a new term: BYOD (bring your own device), the buzz term for the use of personal devices in the workplace. As companies learn more about the meaning of BYOD, they either decide to embrace it or try to avoid it. This article will explore the drivers behind the BYOD phenomenon and suggest practical ways to survive a BYOD program without PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder).

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