One of the longtime goals of desktop admins has been to get control of users’ desktops. One way to do so is to take away users Windows desktop admin rights, and buy employees iPads.
Getting control of users' Windows desktops means the... Opinion | SearchConsumerization.com
Consumer cloud storage has have improved the way a lot of employees work but, in many cases, these services have made IT's job more difficult.
When users put work-related documents in the cloud, the security of corporate data is on... Tweet Chat Preview | SearchConsumerization.com
In companies that support BYOD, the number of devices often taxes the network and complicates bandwidth management. But with the right combination of policy and technology, you can improve your users' experience and lessen strain on the... Tip | SearchConsumerization.com
To allow BYOD or not to allow BYOD: That is the question, and it's not an easy one to answer. You have to weigh the BYOD benefits against the risks. Guide | SearchConsumerization.com
The BYOD trend is a hot topic in IT, but that doesn't mean there's agreement on how to support and secure personal mobile devices.
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Defining and enforcing a... Feature | SearchConsumerization.com
NEW YORK -- Administrators spend a lot of time trying to resist end users' whims, but the consumerization of IT is not just a passing phase.
At TechTarget's... Feature | SearchConsumerization.com
There's still a lot of controversy around the BYOD trend. Is it good or bad for the enterprise?
The answer to that question is subjective. Whether a bring your own device (BYOD) program will work in the enterprise depends specifically on... Quiz | SearchConsumerization.com
As the bring your own device (BYOD) movement infiltrates the enterprise, IT administrators are feeling the squeeze: Set up the CEO's iPad and help employees access work email on their personal smartphones, but make sure you're preventing malware... Tweet Chat Preview | SearchConsumerization.com
Apple's iOS is the new BlackBerry, but Android is finally making strides to attract business customers.
It's easy to look at such phones as the Samsung Galaxy S IV and the Galaxy Note II and get excited about the enterprise features... Column | SearchConsumerization.com