Bring your own device (BYOD) refers to the policy of permitting employees to bring personally-owned mobile devices (laptops, tablets, and smart phones) to their workplace, and use those devices to access company information and applications.
Shawn Snobelen is now with D&H Canada. The long time LG Canada and Brother Canada executive is the new national manager of retail and online sales for the Mississauga, Ont.-based distributor. Snobelen has more
Partners of Citrix Systems left the vendor’s annual Summit partner conference in Orlando this week with new promos, insight into the vendor’s product roadmap, new certifications and insight into the company’s strategic direction.
The advantage of being able to add new capabilities to network switches and routers through software is regularly demonstrated by manufacturers who race to outdo each other. The latest is Alcatel-Lucent, which has upcoming
Microsoft Canada brought out the Surface 2 at an exclusive kick-off event at the KoolHaus nightclub in Toronto. The new device include full 1080p video, speedier processors, more memory, and increased battery life. The
Remember those vulnerabilities you patched up last year? You more than likely have forgotten about them since they have been dealt with. But those hackers haven’t and they are now exploiting them, according
A survey conducted by Ponemon Institute and sponsored by data protection and availability vendor Acronis from Woburn, Mass., found that the majority of companies are putting critical data at risk by not having
IT service management software vendor Kaseya has acquired Rover Apps, a provider of cloud solutions for securely working with enterprise resources using employee personal devices without giving up complete control of the device
Top 100 Solution Provider CompuCom today launched a suite of end-user enablement services that provide companies with the ability to support an increasingly mobile, technology-smart workforce that values the integration of consumer technologies into