The Big Deal with BYOD

The journey of BYOD policies in financial services

It was sometime in 2010 when it first dawned on Lisa McCann: The time for some form of a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy was now.

The long-time Vanguard employee was frustrated with the endless juggling of her multiple mobile devices throughout the day. Any conversation with someone outside of work meant using her personal phone. But it wasn’t just the fact that every call or text led to a game of hot potato. The evolution of mobile technology meant her personal device had some features that

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