Tag Archives: IT

Tablet Pecking Orders

I’ve just been reading a great blog post by Jaye Richards-Hill ( @JayeRHill ) on her ‘Minimanifesto’ blog, entitled ‘Tablet Pecking Orders ..but it’s now a battle of the Ecosystems’, http://mimanifesto.wordpress.com/2014/02/14/tablet-pecking-orders/ My attention was drawn to it by a retweet from Microsoft Schools Business Manager Michael Jones ( @Mike_JonesEDU ) who, very evidently, also saw […]

Ovum warns BYOD is here to stay

Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is here to stay, states Ovum, as it reveals the findings of its 2013 multi-market BYOX (bring-your-own-anything) employee study*. With corporate BYOD activity by full-time employees (FTEs) remaining steady at almost 60% over the past two years, the global industry analysts warn business leaders to respond and adapt now to this change in employee […]

Fewer than a third of large EU companies have BYOD policies

Fewer than a third of businesses in Europe with more than 1,000 employees have a formal ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) policy, but almost all British businesses (97%) have suffered or anticipated a BYOD security breach, according to a new study. Samsung surveyed chief information officers (CIOs) and IT decision makers at 490 European companies […]