• Jul 31
    2012
    In my last post I talked about the fears that surround BYOD in the workplace, not least of which are the potential for breeches in security and compliance. Yet companies today are making BYOD a safe and successful reality because they have adopted BYOD policies that protect users from… well themselves. And it’s working! Fact: According to CIO Magazine, the number of smartphones in use across the globe will reach ...
  • Jul 30
    2012
    There used to be a time when employees being out of the office meant no access beyond the telephone. Today, employees who are traveling or are home sick can still attend meetings, collaborate with colleagues and deliver multimedia assignments. The proliferation of personal devices, including laptops, Smartphones and tablets (BYOD) in the workplace− along with Wi-Fi in airports, coffee shops and residences − has made the workforce über-productive. The “plugged-in” ...
  • Jul 30
    2012
    BYOD has sparked discussion in debate in corporate boardrooms and amongst IT departments across the globe. The term refers to the recent trend of employees bringing their personal devices to work and using them outside the office to access company documents, collaborate with co-workers and share information. This month we will take a close look at BYOD in the office and in the classroom. The Case for BYOD in the ...