Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) Archives

  1. What is the Update KB3035583 you might ask?

    We all get confused by some of the non-specific information Microsoft puts out on the knowledge base when it comes to documenting patches issued through its Windows Update service. Sometimes the generalisations made on security fixes for privately reported vulnerabilities are made on purpose. This is to keep some integrity on the actually attack vector patched or so that particular technical…

  2. BYOD: It’s not as scary as some make it seem

    As many schools and business look to deploy a BYOD solution hoping to answer their end-device management problems, most will come across white-papers and marketing literature that attempts to convince decision makers of the challenges BYOD presents and potential business risks that are created as a result of BYOD programs. Don’t get me wrong, BYOD can create business risk…

  3. How BYOD will keep a 1-to-1 computer program viable in the Education sector

    The bring-your-own-device era has begun and demand is growing within I.T departments globally from requests made by end-users to connect up their devices. For sometime now it has been a common place for enterprises to have a BYOD policy among executives, allowing them to be highly mobile and flexible. BYOD has turned from concept to reality for many organisations as…

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