Colligo Blog: BYOD

Engaging Users with Content

The content management market is transforming in response to social, mobile and cloud services (1). Highly personalized services are replacing the static Content Management Interfaces (CMI). Content is directed at users based on personal preferences. Wearable Internet enabled devices are showing up alongside tablets and phones as the list of multi-channel sources of created content begin …

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Thinking about a mobile SharePoint solution? 5 must-haves for IT

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With the deluge of mobile devices into the enterprise comes an IT nightmare of new dimensions. Expectations have changed. IT policies need to adapt to fit the new generation of workers, yet the requirements for security of corporate data remain. Meeting these conflicting needs is a delicate balancing act. The majority of large organizations have …

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What’s Going Wrong with BYOD?

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Around this time last year, Gartner predicted that by 2017, half of employers would require employees to supply their own device for work purposes. While a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) strategy is still touted by some as “the” answer to appeasing a demanding mobile workforce and to reducing IT costs, the movement is showing …

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5 Tips To Build A Collaborative Culture In Your BYOD Mobile Environment

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The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) model may seem like an inexpensive way to increase your company’s mobile access, but it has technical drawbacks when trying to bring business-critical applications to the devices employees use. A recent article offers tips for improving mobile collaboration, making it easy and attractive for employees.

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What’s Holding Public Sector Organizations Back From Embracing BYOD?

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A recent survey shows that public sector organizations are more interested in using a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach to reduce costs than private sector businesses. However, concerns about security are holding them back, according to an article from Learn how taking the right approach to BYOD could actually improve security.

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3 Ways For CIOs To Embrace Next-Generation Technologies

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The combination of mobile, social, cloud and Big Data represent the next wave in IT. This trend is occurring whether CIOs want to support it or not. That’s why they must find ways to take advantage of the benefits that these next-generation technologies offer while focusing on end-user engagement. An article from offers ways to get started.

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3 Keys To Making BYOD Work For Your Organization

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Research highlighted in a recent InformationWeek article notes that about 70 percent of U.S. organizations expect to embrace bring-your-own-device (BYOD) this year. But what factors should you weigh when considering a BYOD strategy? Start by focusing on three key areas to make BYOD work for your organization.

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Why Is Data Management More Important Than Ever?

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The growth of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and mobile collaboration presents some great opportunities for businesses to improve productivity and employee satisfaction, but also raises some key security and data management issues, an article from notes. That’s why data management is more vital than ever.

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How Is Mobile Device Management (MDM) Evolving?

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Mobile device management (MDM) remains a relatively new concept. As such, “most of the market is still only toe-dipping in this area,” an article from Network World reports. While that’s true, progress is happening as providers become more mature and organizations learn what to expect. In particular, providers are starting to carve niches in MDM.

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Does Your Organization Have The Right BYOD Policy In Place?

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Organizations need to protect corporate data while ensuring that users embrace BYOD and boost productivity. Users these days are going to bring personal devices to the office and use them for work, regardless of whether the company has any official BYOD policies in place, an article from Mobile Enterprise explains.

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