Category Archives: Technology Management

Reasons to Consider a BYOD Strategy

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BYOD also known as Bring Your Own Device has been a latest buzzword in the IT landscape. However, prior to implementing it is essential to understand the reason behind supporting it. Most common BYOD business objectives revolve around minimizing mobile expenses or enhance the overall organization productivity or perhaps both. In the recent times, many […]

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Tips for Effective BYOD Management

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The quintessential smartphone has evolved from a high-end consumer product for the executive level business person, to a common man’s necessity. Taking this development into consideration, businesses are now considering implementing Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) programs with an aim to drive employee productivity using new technology. Managing BYOD Whether you already permit your personnel to bring their […]

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Operational Benefits OF BYOD Strategy

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The influx of new communication devices and solutions in the corporate environment resulted in the workforce becoming increasingly mobile. Take for instance, remote desktop access and SSL VPNs, which has made it possible for the workforce to make the choice with respect to location and time. Similarly, very many technological innovations have made the concept […]

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BYOD Origins & Popularity

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For those working in business IT there is one term that is sure to be cropping up on your radar more and more frequently; for those who work outside of IT departments you’ll be familiar with the ideas behind it – in fact you may be responsible for its prominence – even though you may […]

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Going Paperless Means Backups

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STOP!!!  If you’ve started the process of going paperless in your home or office you need to stop and ask yourself one question, “since I started going paperless have I backed up any of these new files?”  If the answer to that question is anything but yes, you need to start working on a data […]

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Paperless: Selecting a Digital Format

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When planning to convert your office from traditional file storage to a paperless office it is important to consider what file format – digital format – will provide the most benefits before you implement anything. When your office is  paperless, it’s important to find a file format that is secure, widely used, publicly available and […]

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Going Paperless at Home/Office: Introduction

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Since the creation of the computer and data storage, people have been making every attempt to transition from their cluttered offices full of paper and rooms (or attics) full of file cabinets into a paperless, streamlined and easy to search environment. As technology has evolved, so has our ability to make the transition into paperless.Whether […]

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Going Paperless Series: Welcome

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I have been trying to be paperless for a long time, and, to be frank, it is has been a challenge… The Going Paperless Guide is a series of articles for people who desire to reduce paper in their lives. Have questions about going paperless? You have boxes and/or file cabinets full of papers you have […]

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Cloud Services: Primer

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I am asked often to about this topic,   having written a number of individual posts in the past, I thought, why not put it all together? So here it is… Let me know if you find it useful or have any comments!  – Cheers. Cloud computing (or cloud services) is the new buzz in the […]

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Microsoft Online – $4B startup and counting

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It is simply amazing to see how much is Microsot investing into its online division. Based on the the latest Microsoft quarterly result published last week, the operating loss for the online services division was  $726M  in the 3rd quarter alone, and a loss  $1.8B for the current year. If we look back to when the […]

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