• Avoid the information governance traps of BYOD management

    Employees strive to stay connected and improve mobile data access, but BYOD creates overlooked information governance traps. Here's how to avoid them.

    JRitter190 pointsBadges:
  • Forrester: The costs and benefits of BYOD

    People are willing to spend more than £1,200 to buy their own devices, which questions the need for IT departments to continue purchasing and supporting PCs

    Cliff Saran6,915 pointsBadges:
  • BYOD security is no longer optional

    Attacks on data through mobile devices mean organisations can no longer consider mobile and BYOD security optional.

    WAshford10,080 pointsBadges:
  • CW500: Bring your own IT department?

    Bring, your and own (BYO) are the first three words of an acronym being discussed in IT as the next phase of the consumerisation trend

    KarlFl4012,370 pointsBadges:
  • Rise of BYOD: Using MBaaS to meet demand for enterprise mobile apps

    Cloud services platform MBaaS may hold the key to architects meeting the rising need for mobile apps for the workplace.

    Maxine Giza2,225 pointsBadges:
  • It’s high time support staff relinquished control

    There’s no reversing the widespread BYOD trend, so IT must adopt new ways of delivering applications to employees

    Cliff Saran6,915 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2012 R2: Bring your own device support – Microsoft Server 2012 R2: the OS for the hybrid cloud

    Microsoft has abandoned any pretence that enterprise users will all run Windows clients, and is building strong support for tablets and smartphones into its system management tools.

    ComputerWeekly10,680 pointsBadges:
  • Frimley Park NHS deploys VDI for efficiency and BYOD

    When the NHS trust came under pressure to make its IT budget go further, it opted to deploy VDI in its A&E department

    ITKE434,710 pointsBadges:
  • Overcoming BYOD security risks: Policy transparency, foresight key

    Gretchen Herault, a VP at Monster and speaker at the GRC Summit in Boston, discusses BYOD security risks and how effective policy helps overcome them.

    ITKE434,710 pointsBadges:
  • BYOD: Businesses must be clear on data privacy

    Businesses looking to implement a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program must be aware that the parameters of what they can and cannot do with a mobile device management (MDM) platform are governed by local data privacy legislation, which inconveniently varies from market to market.

    ITKE434,710 pointsBadges:

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