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Windows 10

Enhancing Security Without Password Protection

by Jonathan Clark | 08.11.15

Microsoft is including three big, new security features as part of Windows 10, including Device Guard, Microsoft Hello, and Passport. All three of them are geared toward better security—without passwords. We may be headed for a password-free world in the very near future, and your desktop, laptop, and/or device may function in a very similar way to your smartphone.

Tags:DesktopsDeviceLaptopsMicrosoftPasswordsSecuritySmartphonesWindows 10

Keeping Up With Microsoft

From Licensing Changes to the New Windows

by James Nagurney | 12.15.14

More Microsoft news, I hear you cry! And so I am here, with another round of articles about the latest updates, upgrades, and changes our favorite software giant has announced. Read on to learn more about what’s new in Office 365, how Windows 10 is shaping up, and more.

Tags:AppleAzureEnterprise AgreementLicensingMicrosoftOffice 365SmartphonesSoftware AssuranceSurfaceTabletsWindows 10Windows 8Windows Server 2003 EOS

Mac in the Workplace

Mac in the Workplace

Built for Business Inside and Out

by Teri Grossheim | 06.24.14

With the growing number of BYOD and employee choice strategies being implemented in today’s business environments, many employees are choosing Mac® to get their work done. IT organizations are often not sure how to get started when supporting Mac computers in business environments. Best practices for Mac deployment, management, security, and support are dynamic and typically specific to each individual IT environment. Successful integration enables IT to demonstrate value and a willingness to support employees—and therefore supporting the business.

Tags:AdobeAppleBYODEducational InstitutionMicrosoftMobilityRemote WorkersSmartphonesStudent AdvantageTabletsTouchscreen

Wireless Networking Devices

More Users, More Devices, and More Demands

How to Prepare for the Future of Wireless Networking

by Brian Conway | 04.22.14

It’s impressive when you consider how many new devices and mobility solutions have found their way into the workplace over the past few years—changing the way we work, collaborate, and share information. Only a few short years ago, smartphones, tablets, and ultrabooks weren’t even on our radar. Now they’re vying for bandwidth on wireless networks alongside a host of other wireless-enabled devices—from TVs and digital cameras to projectors and more. What does that mean for the future of your wireless network and how can you prepare? Read on to discover more.


Smartphone Mobile Device

Mobile Device Deployment

An Introductory Discussion

by Rich Faille | 06.14.13
In 2011, we saw the sale of mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones exceed the sales of personal computers for the first time. Sales of mobile devices are predicted to dwarf PC sales in just a few short years. Many people are traveling with a tablet and/or smartphone instead of a notebook—and they are getting their work done on the road just fine. Mobile devices are clearly the future of business, so how are you going to integrate them into your infrastructure in this Post PC era?


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