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4 ways BYOD is transforming business

Traditional business practices are being transformed by BYOD in four ways, writes Abby Perkins in an IT Pro Portal article.

Timely tips for developing BYOD policies

As IT teams struggle to develop BYOD policies to corral the myriad of devices flooding into their enterprise, they could use some guidance. Here are some tips on developing BYOD policies.

Is 2015 the year for 're-enterprization of IT'?

I came across an interesting prediction by Deloitte--2015 will be the year for the "re-enterprization of IT." If Deloitte's prediction holds true, IT teams around the world can breathe a collective sigh of relief.

New DataXoom plans enable companies to pool BYOD data usage

Just announced Tuesday, a new mobile plan offerings from DataXoom allow organizations to pool data across a company-wide BYOD environment.

News Scan: BlackBerry, Samsung quell merger rumors; Albemarle opts to split BYOD costs; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Friday, Jan. 16, including BlackBerry's denial of Samsung rumors, chemical firm Albemarle's plans to split BYOD costs with employees, HealthTronics picks AirWatch for mobile management, IoT analytics market making up one-third of analytics revenue by 2020 and tablet market's increase to 8.5 percent CAGR through 2019.

Doctors frustrated by lack of mobile support from hospital IT

Doctors are becoming increasingly frustrated with hospital IT departments over a lack of mobile investment, tools and support, according to a new report from Spyglass Consulting.

News Scan: 'Wage-theft' settlement, round two, in the works; Two Texas cities take top STEM job market honors; More.

The top news stories for Jan. 14, 2015.

BYOD matures in 2015

A novelty a few years ago, BYOD has matured, becoming a mainstay of many enterprises and an ongoing challenge for IT departments.

BYOD is not rocket science--or is it?

As more companies grapple with the challenges of allowing employees to bring their own devices to work, they can perhaps gain some insight from a bunch of rocket scientists at NASA.

BYOD risks are not confined to firms that allow the practice

So you've prohibited BYOD at your company. That protects you from security and legal risks associated with allowing employees to bring their personal devices to work. Right? Wrong.