This is the fourth in a our series about how Softchoice is implementing BYOC. We hope you find the series interesting and look forward to your comments and thoughts on your own experiences.
Recently our team met to create our Softchoice BYOC Acceptable Use Policy that will be tied to this program. Not what you’d classify as a “fun” meeting. I’m pretty sure that there isn’t a person out there that likes writing out policies and it’s something that’s really hard to start. So hopefully this blog post can reduce the pain of your organization’s policy building meeting. Thanks to finding the right guidance from Gartner and InfoTech Research, our team was able to bang out a first draft in under an hour!
According to Gartner’s BYOC Checklist the major areas a policy needs to cover are: