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Why BYOD Policy Needs Strong Data Security

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Has your hospital or clinic adopted a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy? If so, these devices will need to be encrypted and the information stored on them be kept confidential and secure from cyberattacks. The need for improving data privacy...

The Challenges of BYOD Stretch Beyond Security

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With 85 percent of US healthcare professionals using their own devices, hospitals need to ensure that they are prepared. In the business landscape, bring-your-own-device approaches are gaining steam because of the benefits it brings to the table....

Limiting the Risks of Healthcare BYOD Strategies

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There are several things that hospitals can do to mitigate the risks associated with healthcare BYOD strategies. The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) debate continues to rage in healthcare organizations across the business landscape. By using this...

Doctors Unsure of Accessing Data on Personal Devices

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A new study found that 96 percent of doctors have smartphones, but only 10 percent feel comfortable accessing EHR on them. One of the major topics to mobile devices in the business is the merits of bring-your-own-device (BYOD). Essentially, this...

Healthcare Security Tips for BYOD Adoption

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BYOD adoption is just one of the increasingly popular mobile options that healthcare facilities are beginning to implement into daily workflow. There are numerous types of secure mobility options that can benefit various organizations. The key...

Why Healthcare BYOD Could Benefit Facilities

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Even if a facility does not yet have a healthcare BYOD policy in place, it is becoming more difficult to ignore the fact that mobile devices are increasing in popularity. Healthcare organizations of all sizes could potentially benefit from the...

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