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  • Microsoft Lync Can Spy on Enterprise BYOD Use

    Microsoft claims it has a solution to some of the most common bring your own device (BYOD) concerns: A way to spy on enterprise workers. Through its Lync app, it's giving enterprises a way to monitor what devices workers are using to communicate. Lync Reporting According to Yanzhao Zhang, a program manager on the Lync

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  • Heres What Happens When Employees BYOD

    Here's What Happens When Employees BYOD

    Security-related headaches around BYOD may make users want to BYOB. That's what you can conclude from a new survey that shows organizations with bring your own device (BYOD) policies have twice the number of security concerns as other organizations.

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  • Google Lets App Users Bypass IT Administrators

    Google has fulfilled every IT administrator's nightmare: It's given users of its app packages the ability to download and use new apps from its Marketplace without IT intervention.  It’s hard to know what's behind this latest move. It may be that Google is eager to offer users of its Google Apps for Work,

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  • How the Internet of Things Drives Customer Engagement

    How the Internet of Things Drives Customer Engagement

    Now that we've accepted the idea of the Internet of Things (IoT), researchers are starting to look at when, where, how, why and who will use it. They're also looking into potential risks.

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  • Businesses are Unprepared for the Internet of Things

    Businesses are Unprepared for the Internet of Things

    Much has been made in the past few years about the massive business opportunities that the Internet of Things (IoT) will provide. But capitalizing on this potential is going to be a challenge.  Two recent research reports show that most enterprises are unprepared for the IoT.

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  • Who Has the Best BYOD Management Services

    Who Has the Best BYOD Management Services?

    Find a company that does not have a bring your own device (BYOD) management strategy, and you'd need to welcome them to enterprise life in the 2010s. We all do work on our personal smartphones.

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  • The Enterprise Mobility Showdown

    To achieve competitive advantage, large organizations today are developing mobile applications that meet three key objectives: 1) enable new mobile business processes for employees, 2) meet the growing mobile demands of customers, and 3) unlock new revenue potential within their business and with partners.

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  • Microsoft, Google Yield to Pressure to Improve Phone Security

    Microsoft and Google will incorporate a kill switch into the next version of Windows-based and Android smartphones. The feature, which is already featured on Apple's iPhone 5, allows users to remotely wipe all data and information on the device in the event of theft.

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  • 5 Mobile App Policies You Need

    You can’t go mobile with a desktop mindset -- but that’s just what too many IT organizations do. The most commonly applied mobile app policies are holdovers from the PC environment, like two-factor authentication and selective access based on Active Directory membership.

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  • The Elephant in the Room: Evolving Work Styles

    With all that has been studied, written about, developed and tweaked in the area of the social enterprise, why are some of the world's leading organizations still struggling with their social initiatives? Is there something that all of the pundits are missing? The answer is the elephant in the room.

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  • 5 Steps to Effectively Manage Your Mobile Social Workforce

    5 Steps to Effectively Manage Your Mobile, Social Workforce

    The explosive growth of mobile and social technology is no surprise: It is a natural evolution of how we as humans interact. Mobile and social technology has provided us with the ability to organize, and connect faster and better than ever before.

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  • How Mobile Apps Will Change Corporate Intranets

    How Mobile Apps Will Change Corporate Intranets

    Why, in the face of mobile apps and the still burgeoning smartphone culture, do companies continue to spend millions of dollars every year re-platforming, re-designing and upgrading their intranets? It’s a simple question with a simple answer: Like the gas-guzzling Escalade and the distinctly undemocratic House of Lords, a sizable

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  • Were Still Playing at Work and IT Admins are Still Unhappy

    We're Still Playing at Work - and IT Admins are Still Unhappy

    Knock me over with a feather: A new survey shows a lot of people waste time at the office doing all sorts of things they shouldn't … including playing games, browsing social networks and looking for new jobs.  Last month, TeamViewer, a provider of remote control and online meeting

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  • BYOD Helps Rediscover the Forgotten Workforce

    BYOD Helps Rediscover the Forgotten Workforce

    When thinking of a mobile workforce people typically envision sales team “road warriors” or “Knowledge Workers” operating out of expensive cars or on planes, armed with flashy laptops, tablets and portable projectors.

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