Monthly Archives: November 2012

BYOD: The House IT Didn’t Build

In the world of End User Computing (EUC) it is the exceptions not the norms that cause the most disruption in the enterprise. The tools in the enterprise are predicated on the fact that by managing the device you manage … Continue reading

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Apps + BYOD = Productivity not the OS

Applications make users productive not Operating Systems or Hardware. The elephant in the room is “What is your application road map for the enterprise?”  The confusion in the B.Y.O.D market is not that people are bringing in new devices but … Continue reading

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BYOD or COPE: Extending DR To The Desktop

Over the last week,  Hurricane Sandy has influenced  business operations across eastern North America and indirectly around the world.  This weekend a colleague suggested I read the following white paper from HP/Score: Impact on US Small Business of Natural & … Continue reading

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Cut The Cord In Your BYOD Strategy

BYOD policies like any business rules should change and evolve over time. Computing policies have always existed however they dealt with the assumption: 1.) that the device is a corporate asset 2.) it is always connected in some way. The … Continue reading

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First of many

This is the first of many postings I will be doing in regards my journeys in enterprise computing. Like anything the best thing to write about is what you do or know. Sometimes just the act of writing will help … Continue reading

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