Tag Archives: BYOD

How to COPE with BYOD in 2014

Tech experts predict BYOD will take a new turn in 2014, and it might be the answer for companies hesitant to adopt the practice. Company owned, personally enabled (COPE) devices are a hybrid of sorts; COPE takes an approach that …read more

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Top 10 IT trends to watch for in 2014

What’s going to make news in IT this year? We asked our customers and scanned our social media from the last few months to create a list of what we think will be the top 10 trends people talk about …read more

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Avoid a BYOD nightmare after the holidays

Guest author: Mike Johnson, Practice Director, Unified Communications Last year, approximately 17.5 million mobile devices were activated on December 25. This exceeds the number of devices activated on any other day, setting a unique holiday record. Retailers expect the trend of …read more

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A draft email to avoid lost BYOD devices this holiday season

From Mike Johnson, Director of Unified Communications Get this: 67% of mobile devices lost in malls in 2011 were lost between Thanksgiving and Christmas. How many of these were BYOD-enabled devices, with work emails and passwords on them? The data …read more

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Is a weak BYOD strategy better than none at all?

Guest author: Mike Johnson, ‎Director UC Architectures & Solutions Before hastily implementing a BYOD policy, companies need to assess the full scope of risks that come with using mobile devices for work, says a new report from a leading cybersecurity organization. …read more

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