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BYOD - bring your own device

BYOD refers to workers bringing their own mobile devices, such as smartphones, laptops and PDAs, into the workplace for use and connectivity.

BYOD Security White Papers and Resources for Businesses

Effective BYOD (bring your own device) management starts with knowing the benefits of having employees use consumer technologies at work, then learning the security risks and implementing corporate BYOD security.

BYOD Mobile Security Tips for Small Business

Mobile security best practices can help small businesses manage the personally owned devices in their company.


Living in an 'Anything's Possible' World

Social media. Cloud computing. BYOD. Big data. Software-Defined Everything. The Internet of things. These technologies have the potential to radically alter business and government, as well as our professional and personal lives.

mobile device management - MDM

Mobile device management (MDM) is a type of security software used by an IT department to monitor, manage and secure employee's mobile devices that are used in the organization.

BYOC - Bring Your Own Cloud

Bring Your Own Cloud refers to when employees utilize their own personal cloud or third-party cloud services instead of the firm's own cloud services.

consumerization of IT

Consumerization of IT is a phrase used to describe the cycle of information technology (IT) emerging in the consumer market then spreading to business and government organizations.

It's a Mobile World

From the widest view, everything that we include under the heading of mobile has irrevocably changed IT's relationship with the rest of the business.

mobile security best practices

Mobile security best practices are recommended guidelines and safeguards for protecting mobile devices and the sensitive data contained on them.

IT in 2014: One Big Cloud

If you need a single unifying theme, our current era is indisputably the Cloud Era. But look deeper – into the technology itself – and you’ll see that cloud computing is the ultimate disrupter.