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Researchers propose new Android security framework that could aid BYOD schemes

U.S. and German security researchers have proposed a new security framework for Android that would make it easier to install new security extensions – both enterprise and consumer — for specific purposes. 438 more words


Top Benefits of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) with cloud computing

Cloud computing as known by many, enables a vast number of computer servers and networks to be connected to each other, all over the world through a secure internet connection which empowers storing, sharing and running of various applications and processes from anywhere on the earth, all in real time! 465 more words

The Night before #TLDWpeel 2014

It’s the night before this years Teaching and Learning in a Digital World Conference #TLDWPeel and I sit here with my laptop in front of me at the island in our kitchen, coffee made, music playing in the background and my wife Shivonne (@SLewisYoung) to my left as we discuss our poster sessions and prepare for the two days ahead.   350 more words


It's That Time Again

I was due a little break from the computer last weekend.  So I took one.  This will be the first month since March that I have missed more than a day in a months time.   716 more words

Just Life

A quick note on mobile BYOD vs. CYOD

As a practical matter, one needs to have different policies given the expectations in different part of the world. A mobile device isn’t always expected to come as a perk of the job in the US; however, it’s part of the package many other places.

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The evolution of Bring your own device (BYOD) to BYO'X'

Today’s workforce believes in working their way and so the work done matters and not the place. The liberty to do the work their way is backed by BYOX phenomena and hence it has become the “Buzzronym” of the season. 983 more words


Relating Smart Learning to Mobile Learning

I made this video to explain how the idea of Smart Learning has grown, in part, from mobile learning.

This captures some of the ideas from the introductory chapter to the forthcoming Smart Learning book.