Employers should prepare for the worst if they want to realize the potential savings of a Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policy, says Wendy Cole, director of project management and counsel at Heuristica Discovery Counsel.


Cole tells AdvocateDaily.com that both employers and employees are attracted to BYOD policies for different reasons.


“It’s obviously more convenient for workers, who only have to carry one device for both work and personal information, while businesses think they will save money by just giving an allowance towards monthly bills instead of supplying devices,” she says.


But those savings can easily be wiped out by eDiscovery problems, says Cole.


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