Intel has expanded its bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program, which has been a resounding success
Agam Shah, IDG News Service — Intel has expanded its bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program, which has been a resounding success, providing around 5 million hours of annual productivity gains last year, the company said. Continue reading “Productivity Gains Spur Intel to Expand BYOD Program”
Yahoo’s decision to end work-from-home plans rekindles the debate about whether or not telecommuting makes sense.
The decision by new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer to ban work-from-home plans set off a predictable reaction in Silicon Valley and throughout the tech world, with many folks saying that Yahoo was out of step with the somewhat sweeping trend toward greater workplace flexibility. Continue reading “Yahoo’s Work-From-Home Ban: Wrong Decision, or Necessary Evil?”
When I view recent IDG data on cloud deployments, it is clear there are lingering concerns about security. That explains why relatively few organizations are placing so-called enterprise apps or mission critical apps in the cloud. Continue reading “What are your concerns regarding cloud security?”
I know I’ve written a couple of posts this week based on Gartner forecasts for mobile apps development and BYOD, but I’m going to the Gartner well one more time because this is pretty interesting. Continue reading “Are dual CIOs required to cope with ‘third era of enterprise IT’?”
IT must be an enabler of productivity and collaboration
A new report from Juniper Research predicts that the number of employee-owned mobile devices used in the enterprise will top 1 billion by 2018. That’s 35% “of the total installed base of consumer-owned tablets and smartphones,” Juniper says. Continue reading “Riding the BYOD wave”
New ways of inputting information create opportunities and challenges
The mobile and BYOD revolution has changed how employees do their jobs by freeing them to work anytime, anywhere. But mobile technology and evolving computing form factors also are encouraging (or is it forcing?) people to try new methods of working. Continue reading “Mobile changes how people work”
A car dealership is making salespeople pay for the iPads they are using at work. Fair or not?
Could bring your own device become a job requirement?
“Reliable transportation needed.” Anyone else remember want ads with that line? The jobs in question might not have required much of a resume, but they sure did require proof of a solid vehicle to get you to work on time. Continue reading “Could BYOD Become a Job Requirement?”
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