Our colleagues over on Brodies EmploymentBlog blog about new guidance from ACAS on BYOD. To find out more about the legal issues surrounding adoption of BYOD and the importance of BYOD policies, come along to our autumn seminars.

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ACAS has produced some brief guidance on employee use of smartphones and other personal devices at work. It suggests there are advantages in having a ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) policy, such as saving cost and portraying the company as being forward-thinking and flexible.

A well managed BYOD policy should isolate business use from personal use and employers should consider making provision for remotely deleting sensitive data from devices that belong to ex-employees or has gone missing. You can read the full guidance here.

As part of its Autumn client seminar series Brodies are delivering a seminar on this topic in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow. More information about this seminar and how to sign up can be found here.

Verity Clark

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