Thursday, 16 May 2013

Why bother building a business case for BYOD? You'll (have to) do it anyway

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Why bother building a business case for BYOD? You'll (have to) do it anyway

Bring your own device is an issue for nearly all organisations, but few are trying to justify it using standard metrics anymore. Read more

Google shows off Maps at Google I/O 2013

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Windows XP: If it ain't broke...

Although XP has less than one year of official support remaining from Microsoft, many organizations have no plans to replace it. What's going on? Read more

It's Microsoft Patch Tuesday: May 2013

Deb Shinder gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's May 2013 patches in your organization. Read more

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