a company or school policy that offers employees or students a limited choice of laptops, smartphones, and other devices on which to do their work (often used attributively): Our company purchases, owns, and maintains our CYOD tablets.
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Origin of CYOD
First recorded in 2010–15; initialism for c(hoose) y(our) o(wn) d(evice); c(hoose) y(our) o(wn) t(echnology)
Words nearby CYOD
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