Bring Your Own Device
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Bringing personal devices to work is gaining in popularity, but it's not without responsibility for the employee.
Workers are bringing tablets to work more and more. These tablets are good on their own, but workers may be more productive by occasionally adding a keyboard to the mix.
Egnyte's funding is a tiny fraction of the more than $1 billion raised collectively by Box and Dropbox but its focus on the enterprise provides a more robust business model.
BlackBerry is plugging "classic" devices on an older operating system and promising enterprises backward compatibility with BES12. It's a keep-the-loyalists-in-the-fold strategy until it can grow.
Microsoft unleashed Office for iPad, and owners of Apple's tablet have been installing it in great numbers. But if they bring them to work, make sure they're not used for company business.
Microsoft is readying a new Enterprise Mobility Suite bundle to help enterprise users better manage Windows, Android and iOS devices, sources say.
Amazon has added features to its latest tablet to make it enterprise friendly. This third-party case with a keyboard completes the package.
LogMeIn COO Bill Wagner has warned enterprises to prepare themselves for the future management of applications and the Internet of Things.
Tablets are going to the office in greater numbers as time progresses. Enterprises struggling with how to make them work should perhaps keep the desktops and incorporate tablets as secondary devices.
The young association between actor/investor Ashton Kutcher and Lenovo moves to a deeper level with reports that Kutcher will be helping the firm design smartphones.
Tablets are invading the workplace, both through BYOD programs and corporate deployments. One option with tablets is a good fit for many operations and shouldn't be overlooked.
The lure of using a tablet for work is grand, but make sure it's the right path before rushing in.
Samsung will offer support for corporate and employee owned devices as well as various implementation services.
Freescale teamed with Kynetics and Revolution Robotics to create the wearables reference platform (WaRP) designed to enable multiple form factors.
Growing trends such as BYOD will fuel the move to more pervasive use of identity and access management as a service, driven by the need for pervasive access and management and broader security concerns.