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This Party is BYOD, Part Two

The discussion in the last post focused on reasons for allowing BYOD in the work place and some traps to watch out for, which continues below. 582 more words

Employment Law

Cloud for GIS Systems

GIS Cloud is seen as a perfect tool to upgrade conventional GIS applications and provide a broad spectrum of services to users across the globe. 4,404 more words

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Introducing Ingram Micro VANTAGE Regional Events!

Ingram Micro Vantage Regional Events

This single day regional event invites targeted and local resellers to understand market opportunities and the value of partnering with Ingram Micro. 266 more words

IT Security

CommVault、BYOD向けモバイルデータ保護ソリューション [ #cbajp ]

CommVault Systems Japanは、エンドポイントデータ保護用Simpanaソリューションセットライセンス「Simpana for Endpoint Data Protection」の販売を開始すると発表した。この製品は、ノートPC、デスクトップPC、モバイルデバイスの効率的なバックアップと、セキュアなアクセスとセルフサービス機能を提供し、モバイルワークの保護を実現するとしている。

http://enterprisezine.jp/article/detail/6514

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This Party is BYOD, Part One

The word you’re looking for is “ubiquity.” It describes the near-total assimilation of technology into every aspect of our lives. The words “cell phone” are falling by the wayside as the words “smart phone” take their place, and soon enough the word “phone” might be dropped altogether as a relic of a time when people used them primarily (and ever so quaintly) for actually talking to each other. 583 more words

Employment Law

Space Meets Pedagogy: Shaping Active and Collaborative Learning Environments at Ulster

Yesterday I was delivering a ‘BYOD4L’ workshop as part of the Ulster University Centre for Higher Education Research & Practice Conference 2015,. The theme of the conference was ‘Space meets Pedagogy’, providing staff and students  from across the University and our partnership colleges with the opportunity to think about how learning spaces shape collaborative and active learning environments. 759 more words

BYOD

Day 92: Smriti, Student (Dave Del Gobbo - Stephen Lewis Secondary School)

Technology in Schools

Hi, my name is Smriti Shyam, I’m a grade 11 student at Stephen Lewis Secondary School and these are my thoughts on the use of technology in schools. 669 more words

#peel21st184 (Sept 2014 - June 2015)