The practice of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) allows employees to bring and use their own computing devices, including smartphones, tablets, and laptops into the workplace. The belief is that this boosts employee morale, and increases their level of efficiency and productivity. With BYOD employees can use and access company information and applications on their own device. However, the use of personal devices in the workplace brings a variety of security concerns for organizations in […]
A big thank you to our volunteer, Aiyana from Peak to Peak Charter School, for all of your service. It was a big project but a worthwhile one. We now have dozens of laptops ready to donate to area organizations in need. If you are interested in hearing more about our donation program email us firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out ourcontact form. Go Pumas!
Just over a month after releasing Office Mobile for iPhone, Microsoft has finally launched Office Mobile for Android phones. The new app for Office 365, available for subscribers only, is designed for phones, but not tablets. If you’re using a tablet, Microsoft recommends Office Web Apps. Currently the service is only available in the United States; but according toThe Verge, Microsoft has plans to gradually offer it in other markets. Android users with Office 365 subscriptions are now able […]
On April 8th 2014, the most popular operating system for businesses, Windows XP, will no longer receive support from Microsoft. Which means that businesses currently using Windows XP will also be left without support and security updates, both paid and free. When Windows XP support ends, Microsoft will stop investing any resources to maintain and update the operating system. Windows XP will still work, just not nearly as well as it has in the past. Be […]