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Education and Business Disconnect With BYOD for Those With Learning Disabilities

As millennials start to enter the workforce, businesses need to understand those with Learning Disabilities need the tools appropriate to their needs to be productive.  Many adults that have learning disabilities are undiagnosed. BYOD is an assistive technology for many … Continue reading

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Update: Cloud, Mobility And Apps Are Redefining Corporate Authentication In 2013 Not Microsoft.

BYOD also means Choose Your Own Authentication Service. Applications within App stores are not focused on integration with Active Directory Services(ADS) but cloud services like Google, FaceBook and SalesForce.com. Google demonstrated this today with the announcement: Google+ hopes it has … Continue reading

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Retail Support For BYOD Impacting Enterprise Technology Adoption

BYOD has raised the question in corporate IT “How Do I Support This?!”  End users are doing this themselves. In the article in Computer Weekly: Gartner BYOD will encourage self support and this is already happening. Users are educating IT because … Continue reading

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Computing Deployments.

Very interesting read on computing deployment and similarities on what has happened in the past. http://cdixon.org/2013/02/10/the-computing-deployment-phase/

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Encouraging Developer Productivity While Protecting Intellectual Property With BYOD.

Ruby, PaaS and virtualization, developers have expanded options using MacBook Pro’s and iMac’s to do their mobile and cloud application development. BYOD in the workplace has allowed developers to bring their own toolkit to the office. This is a change … Continue reading

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Cloud, Mobility And Apps Are Redefining Corporate Authentication In 2013 Not Microsoft.

BYOD also means Choose Your Own Authentication Service. Applications within App stores are not focused on integration with Active Directory Services(ADS) but cloud services like Google, FaceBook and SalesForce.com. When buying an application, business consumers are not placing a high … Continue reading

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Security Should Be An Enabler To End User Productivity Not A Barrier..

Security has been a “in your face technology”  as a result of the traditional view that a locked down environment is a safe environment. The issue with a locked down environment is it inhibits creativity and productivity which is a … Continue reading

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