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The Ethics of BYOD
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The Ethics of BYOD


The Importance of Unifying Mobility and Systems Management

The Importance of Unifying Mobility and Systems Management

How to simplify device and policy management and prepare for the future

How to Eliminate Random Acts of Mobility

How to Eliminate Random Acts of Mobility

By Tom Kendra A few months ago, I asked a very large international customer about its bring-your-own-device (BYOD) plans. The reply was, “Our strategy is akin to random acts of mobility.” What was meant is something I’ve heard...

Listening to the Inner Voice

Before co-founding the San Francisco company in 2006, David Selinger led the R&D effort of Amazon’s data mining and personalization team, where he learned how impactful data can be to improve the retail shopping experience.

Overcoming Ad-versity

Most people don’t have a favorable view of online ads, but why shouldn’t those ads be as compelling as other content available on the Web and mobile devices? That’s the question Giles Goodwin asks.

The Courage to Try

Eric S. Yuan knows about the challenges befalling those who can't communicate face-to-face.

RocketSpace Fuels Startups

How important is the right space to a startup? Duncan Logan knows. “It’s lonely and hard to keep up with the pace of change,” he says of his own experience as an entrepreneur. Logan knew there had to be a better way, so he founded...

Nebula: The Cloud from NASA – to You

The “Aha!” moment came at NASA, when Chris Kemp was CIO.

Defending Against Exploit Kits

Exploit kits comprised of malicious programs that identify and then attack cyber-vulnerabilities and spread malware represent the dark but massively profitable side of cybersecurity attacks.

Cybersecurity Challenges in 2013

The security issues affecting businesses are similar around the world. Most involve employees innocently bringing an infected personal mobile device into the corporate network, or clicking on a social media link that looks harmless...

Why Today's CIO Must Foster IT Agility

Dell CIO Robin Johnson explains how a company's lack of agility, the inability of its IT infrastructure to quickly incorporate a new business process that would give it a competitive edge, can be costly. Johnson explains why the price

5 Reasons Why CIOs Can't Ignore Consumerization of IT

Social media's emergence as a key business app is just one of the trends that have led to a point of no return on consumer IT. Dell's Paul D'Arcy explains -- and shares how CIOs can plan for and benefit from the consumerization of IT.

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