BYOD AND THE LAW
The advent of technology and mobility has ensured a change in people’s perspective. Today, more and more people want to carry their own devices to work. That is why the concept of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has attained prevalence and currency.
BYOD presents an immediate advantage for any organisation that does not wish to invest on devices and infrastructure. Further BYOD allows the employee the convenience of working on official data and matters through his own device.
The advent of BYOD has brought forward various legal, policy and regulatory challenges. In fact, while technology has enabled the ease of convenience, the reality is that there are large numbers of legal and regulatory challenges before organizations who are today opting for BYOD.
This eBook looks at the legal, policy and regulatory issues impacting BYOD. This eBook further examines the position of BYOD in India and how Indian law has sought to address the same.
This eBook is an absolute must for all legal practitioners, law libraries, IT companies, internet service providers and operators, all companies offering their services in the electronic ecosystem and all users of computers, computer systems, computer networks, computer resources and communication devices including mobiles, cell phones, smart phones, personal digital assistants and all other kinds of communication devices in India. This eBook is essential also for any person or legal entity, using any component or service available on or through the electronic ecosystem, electronic environment and networks, who wants to protect their legal interests.
This eBook is authored by Pavan Duggal, Advocate, Supreme Court of India and Asia’s and India’s foremost expert on Cyberlaw who has done pioneering work in the area of Cyber Law and Technology Law. This eBook’s Author runs his niche law firm Pavan Duggal Associates, Advocates which is working on all aspects concerning technology and the law.
© Pavan Duggal, 2013