COPE v. BYOD v. CYOD


Be sure to make a distinction between BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), CYOD (Choose Your Own Device) and COPE (Company owned, personally enabled) policies when conducting electronic discovery. A CYOD policy allows users to pick a device from a small pool of company owned devices to use for business purposes. A COPE policy lets employees pick a company owned device from a pre-approved list and use their own apps and business apps on it.


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