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Keep pros and cons of BYOD in mind  [08/31/2012]
Businesses of all sizes are considering a bring your own device policy. It no longer has to do with how mature the business is but instead how many devices employees have and the endpoint security needed to protect company data.
BYOD and cloud could be happy together  [08/30/2012]
Bring your own device has taken on a life of its own and is now a legitimate solution for businesses, according to Business 2 Community.
Cloud used by public even if it isn't understood  [08/29/2012]
A recent survey commissioned by Citrix found that even though the majority of the public may not understand cloud computing solutions, 95 percent already use it.
Gartner: BYOD may be most radical shift in computing since PCs  [08/28/2012]
There have been many bold statements over the last few years with technology like mobile device management and bring your own device, but not all of them are as outrageous as they seem at first. Gartner recently said that BYOD may be the most radical shift in the economy of client computing for businesses since the PC was introduced to companies.
Gartner: BYOD may be most radical shift in computing since PCs  [08/28/2012]
There have been many bold statements over the last few years with technology like mobile device management and bring your own device, but not all of them are as outrageous as they seem at first. Gartner recently said that BYOD may be the most radical shift in the economy of client computing for businesses since the PC was introduced to companies.
Focus on business of cloud more than just cloud  [08/27/2012]
When companies start looking into cloud computing solutions, they should realize that the technology can be helpful but organizations should avoid adopting it for the wrong reasons. Justin Crotty, an IT professional, wrote on Channelnomics that companies should focus on why the cloud will be useful rather than going into it just to follow trends
What techs see when looking at BYOD  [08/24/2012]
Endpoint security is always important in a company with a bring your own device policy, but many IT technicians are saying that companies do not fix major security loopholes in their systems, according to CIO Insight. A recent survey from OnForce and CIO spoke with 500 technology services professionals and found that the BYOD confidence rating has risen from 37 percent to 45 percent, but there is still work that needs to be done.
Take steps to protect cloud-based information  [08/24/2012]
Implementing secure cloud solutions doesn't just mean allowing the provider to take care of everything. Businesses must take their own efforts to be sure cloud computing solutions, as well as the data and apps stored on them, are as secure as possible. Business 2 Community gave some tips about email, social media and phone security.
Federal government looking into BYOD strategy  [08/24/2012]
Earlier this year, United States chief information officer Steven VanRoekel announced the Digital Government Strategy, aiming to bring the government into the 21st century, Federal Computing Week said. The Census Bureau app that recently came out lets people keep track of how the economy is moving, but another big building block is a bring your own device policy for certain agencies.
Lawyers see attraction in cloud but must value security  [08/23/2012]
Daniel Garrie, a general counsel and managing partner at Law and Forensics, has been writing a four-part series on Westlaw Insider regarding how attorneys can work with cloud based services.
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