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Up-To-Date on BYOD

1.  Bring your own device blog…top articles

“Good technology“, an enterprise mobility software vendor, has bought “Copiun,” another enterprise mobility company…Customers will need assistance with personal device programs, as more devices are being introduced…Security is lacking with BYOD policies; 71% of businesses with BYOD policies have no specific procedures in place…Federal security employees are working out their BYOD plans…..Londoners need to increase their security around BYOD

 http://mobilitydept.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=27&action=edit&message=6

2.  Can mobility escape the security snare?

Three months after the Office of Management and Budget released the digital government strategy, U.S. CIO Steven VanRoekel announced new guidance for “bring your own device” that displays case studies and best practices for BYOD . The document

http://fcw.com/articles/2012/09/05/act-iac-atf-rick-holgate-byod-mobility.aspx

3.  How to Launch a Successful BYOD Program

By Katrina Schwartz. As more schools start to integrate their own mobile learning strategies and Bring Your Own Device policies, one school district in a suburb of Houston has managed to come up with what appears to be a successful BYOD program.

http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/09/how-to-launch-a-successful-byod-program/

4.  Citrix Gets BYOD Ready With Podio on iPad

Back in April, Citrix Systems Inc. acquired software-as-a-service (SaaS)productivity company Podio ApS, which specializes in delivering a online productivity suite with deep social communication integration. Also included are a few other goodies, like

http://channelnomics.com/2012/09/05/citrix-byod-ready-podio-ipad/

5.  TechRepublic’s new BYOD Policy helps IT stem safety problems

Most employees want to be able to choose the device they’re most comfortable using and that allows them to work how and when they want. Help dea.

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/tech-manager/techrepublics-new-byod-policy-helps-it-stem-safety-problems/7952

 

 

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