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BYOLBring Your Own License
BYOLBring Your Own License (computer software option)
BYOLBring Your Own Lunch
BYOLBring Your Own Laptop
BYOLBring Your Own Language (cloud computing)
BYOLBuy Your Own Lunch
BYOLBring Your Own Liquor
BYOLBring Your Own Lesbian (party)
BYOLBreak Your Own Limits
BYOLBring Your Own Lube
BYOLBuild Your Own Links (web affiliate programs)
BYOLBring Your Own Lollipop
BYOLBring Your Own Laxative
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Whichever schools had BYOL would need to be outfitted with additional access points to accommodate the anticipated increase in wireless network usage, and they'd have to get a guest network to allow those outside devices to safely access the internet without touching the internal network.
In March 2010, Harrod's team went to the middle school staff to gauge its interest in supporting a BYOL program.
While the teachers were being polled about their interest in the BYOL program, so were parents.
By the fall of 2010, Harrod and Natasha Adams, principal of the middle school where the BYOL program would be launched, had a plan to help address some of the parents' concerns.