Category Archives: BYOD

The Lurking Threat of Bring-Your-Own-Cloud (BYOC)

The Lurking Threat of Bring-Your-Own-Cloud (BYOC)

The Lurking Threat of Bring-Your-Own-Cloud (BYOC) A few generations back, when the Internet was still an unknown commodity and inter-office mail came around in manila envelopes graffitied with the crossed-out signatures of every recipient that envelope had ever met, network security was largely an in-house affair with data tapes and mainframes playing a central role.

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Making Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) And eDiscovery Work For Your Business

Making Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and eDiscovery Work for your Business  The latest challenges to your business’ eDiscovery policies and procedures may not be changes in the law but may instead be changes in your employees’ lifestyles: they have smartphones and they want to use smartphones to facilitate their work. A 2011 study by

Top 10 Benefits Of Social Collaboration To An IT Department And CIO

Top 10 Benefits Of Social Collaboration To An IT Department And CIO

Top 10 Benefits Of Social Collaboration To An IT Department And CIO 1. Protect network information, while enabling internal and external collaboration in your company: Social collaboration offers individuals, project teams, IT departments and even entire organizations the ability to drive both internal and external interaction in a secure environment. IT benefits from a reduced

Cloud Infographic: What Is The Employee Engagement Crisis?

Cloud Infographic: What Is The Employee Engagement Crisis?

Cloud Infographic: What Is The Employee Engagement Crisis? There has been lots of discussion with regards to BYOD over the past year. On one side you have concerns surrounding security and compliance in the workplace and on the other side, the positives it presents by establishing a higher level of employee satisfaction.  So there is

Invisible Computing: How Cloud Is Forcing Software And Hardware Apart

Invisible Computing: How Cloud Is Forcing Software And Hardware Apart

Invisible Computing: How Cloud Is Forcing Software And Hardware Apart By 2018, Gartner predicts that 70 per cent of professionals will conduct their work on personal mobile devices, enabled by the revolutionary concept of cloud computing. Cloud computing essentially separates software from the logical functionality of local hardware. In other words, instead of needing computing

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