As an Increasing Number of Employees are Working Remotely, Mobile Device and Privacy Compliance Policies Are Key -

DUBLIN--()--The "Mobility Policy Bundle" report has been added to's offering.

Without proven infrastructure and training in place for telecommuting, companies are exposed to hackers and non-compliance to security and privacy mandates.

It is one thing to say that workers will work remotely and access sensitive and confidential information via the internet. It is quite another to be able to assure executive management that critically sensitive information is protected and compliance mandates are met.

The increasing use and dependency on IT is drastically changing the way companies improve employee productivity and keep in closer contact with their customers. Today most businesses provide laptops to employees. The challenge comes with Smart Phones and tablets while bringing additional benefits. Employees who are accustomed to using these tools in their personal life are requesting (or demanding) to use the same tools at the workplace.

In addition to the influx of mobile devices, companies are dealing with increasing numbers of employees who are working from non-traditional office locations. Whether employees are traveling, working from customer sites, or working from home, there is a growing need to access corporate data while outside the walls of an office and the firewalls of an IT department. Some questions are raised.

Where should the focus be for mobility computing implementation? Supporting employees involves device management, the connection of those devices, and applications that support collaboration. While connecting with customers involves less focus on devices and more focus on applications and a support structure that addresses customer needs.

This Mobility Policy Bundle contains the following policies:

  • BYOD Policy
  • Mobile Device Policy
  • Privacy Compliance Policy
  • Record Management Retention and Destruction Policy
  • Social Networking Policy
  • Telecommuting Policy
  • Travel and Off site Meeting Policy
  • Wearable Device Policy
  • BONUS -- Chief Mobility Officer Job Description -- Just updated to reflect CCPA mandates

In addition, along with the 8 policies, included are 28 electronic forms and 14 full job descriptions to assist in the administration of the mobile workforce.

The Electronic forms Include:

  • BYOD Access and Use Agreement Form
  • Company Asset Employee Control Log
  • Enterprise Owned Equipment Form
  • Mobile Device Access and Use Agreement Form
  • Mobile Device Security and Compliance Checklist
  • Privacy Policy Compliance Agreement
  • Safety Checklist - Working at Alternative Location
  • Social Networking Policy Compliance Agreement Form
  • Telecommuting Work Agreement

The Job descriptions included are:

  • Chief Mobility Officer
  • Chief Security Officer
  • Data Protection Officer
  • Manager BYOD Support
  • Manager Compliance
  • Manager Record Administrator
  • Manager Security and Workstations
  • Manager Telecommuting
  • BYOD Support Supervisor
  • BYOD Support Specialist
  • Record Management Coordinator
  • Social Media Specialist

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