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Andrew Baker

Andrew Baker

10/19/2021, 9:41 PM
Hey Everyone 👋 I've got another question that I would love some help with! We've been looking into some best practices on "what not to do when you get a work device". I figured some of us have encountered some easily avoidable scenarios, or one's that really just made you scratch your head in disbelief :this_is_fine: So when it comes to work devices, what are some common sense practices that you wish employees would do... but don't!
Mike Myers

Mike Myers

10/19/2021, 10:28 PM
completely separate work and non-work logins, web activity, software and data (separate devices)
Andrew Baker

Andrew Baker

10/19/2021, 10:46 PM
That's definitely the ideal route! Without a doubt, it's tempting to want things like iMessage, Discord, and facebook logins available due to convenience. 😛syduck: If the company allows personal software, logins, etc, due to BYOD policies, would it be best just to keep everything under a different system login?
Mike Myers

Mike Myers

10/19/2021, 10:54 PM
working from home, I don't have to BYO it's right over there at all times. I think with smartphones that's probably true for most people in most jobs
Andrew Baker

Andrew Baker

10/19/2021, 10:56 PM
That just makes complete sense haha Thank you!