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Protect and Secure BYOD Environments with End-to-end Management

The right approach to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) can protect your network at every step. continue…

BYOD Will Dominate Companies by 2016: Gartner

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies will largely become the rule within the next few years, according to the firm. continue…

Citrix Buys Zenprise In Evolving BYOD Strategy

Posted In DataCenter
Citrix is shifting from its virtualization roots to giving employees the ability to work anywhere, anytime. continue…

BYOD Lacks Security: Survey

Posted In Cloud
A Bring Your Own Device policy might save companies money, but a new survey highlights a lack of security procedures for keeping it secure. continue…

Apple iPhone 5 Debut Could Accelerate BYOD

Posted In Cloud
Apple’s iPhone 5 could accelerate the Bring Your Own Device trend, which in turn could pressure IT administrators and CIOs. continue…

How to Use BYOD to Your Advantage

Posted In Working in Tech
Some employees love the idea of bringing their own devices to work, and their bosses are seeing dollar signs in the trend’s potential for cutting costs. But Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols’s recent piece in Computerworld raises questions about BYOD’s unintended consequences. He points out that in their rush to save money, employers might be tempted to make self-supported equipment and software a requirement for getting a job — or keeping the job. I think the odds are on this happening. Considering… continue…

BYOD Will Hit Hardware Specialists the Hardest

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Warnings about the consumerization of IT (COIT) and bring your own device (BYOD) trends generally conclude saying something like, “it’s coming, it’s unstoppable, it’s productive, and IT should prepare to handle this new trend.” But what does that mean? What jobs in IT are going to be impacted? In terms of COIT, the answer’s simple: All of them. Over the next few years, techs who work in mobile, security, compliance, applications and hardware will see their roles change. The ones… continue…

Mobile Development’s Fit With BYOD

Companies are now warming up to the idea of bring your own device (BYOD) to work. After all, can you blame a CEO or small business owner for salivating over the opportunity to cut capital costs on computer hardware and connectivity, when an employee willingly wants to use their own stuff? How does BYOD fit into your mobile development plans? Tell me by posting a comment below. As expected, IT departments far and wide are pretty skittish about the prospect of… continue…

This Could Be the Most Important Factor in Your Success

Posted In Looking in Tech
Communication Skills
You may think your success will be driven primarily by your technical skills, but in today’s world that’s not always the case. That’s been the experience of Brandon Gaylor, an IT systems analyst for a large manufacturing company and 10-year veteran of the industry. For the past three years, Brandon’s spent much of his time building Web applications using C# and ASP.NET MVC. He dabbles in JavaScript, HTML and jQuery, as well. He’s been at his current employer for eight… continue…

3 Steps to Break Into Mobile Development

Mobile Devices
Michael Turner is a 23-year-old from Rochester, N.Y., who wants to get into mobile app development, though right now his skills are limited to HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Not long ago, he wrote to Dice asking for some tips on how to get started. To give him some guidance, we reached out to two mobile dev veterans: David Yang, Placement Coordinator and lead instructor at the Fullstack Academy of Code in New York, and Eric Schweitzer, a California-based Mac and… continue…