Bring your own device (BYOD) may hold out the promise of cheaper, more flexible IT, but it won't work for every company - here are some reasons why it might not suit you and your business.
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A pilot project using Apple's iPad not only saved money, but proved popular among MPs and peers, the head of parliamentary IT has revealed
The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) is looking towards app development and desktop virtualisation as part of its trial of iPads, DPS told Senate Estimates this morning.
The BYOD revolution, Amazon's Kindle Fire and - you guessed it - iPhone 5 hype...
Security chiefs reveal the issues behind bring-your-own-device policies...
The storage company announced a bevy of cloud-friendly announcements to better integrate its storage products with public, private and hybrid cloud architecture
The company has launched the View software to give iPad users access to Windows desktops, applications and data via virtualisation
Along with promising integrated hardware and software solutions and vertical apps from Oracle and downplaying the virtualisation and automation he was pushing at HP, Oracle president Mark Hurd shared his views on the cloud and Oracle itself. Plus he came up with one of the more compelling arguments about the consumerisation of IT and why enterprises (whether they pin their hopes on Oracle or note) can't keep running the same old internal apps if they're not flexible enough.
Forty per cent of Citrix employees have bought their own work laptop, with some even choosing an iPad, according to Citrix ANZ director of desktop technology Toby Knight.
Citrix hoping to Dazzle
The office finally embraces consumer tech