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Should VDI be part of your move?

Benefits include improved security, productivity, cost savings and desktop management

by Eric Bruno | 05.22.14

With the desktop OS in transition, now might be a good time to take another step, to a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Better security, compliance, and control are compelling VDI benefits.

According to a CIO.com report from a few years ago over 63 million people could telecommute by 2016. At this point, my sense is that estimate is low. While this level of telecommuting represents potential savings to enterprises (reduced office space and telecommunications costs, plus added worker productivity), combined with the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend, it does bring new risks. Security, availability, and reliability are at the top of the list.

Tags:CapacityEfficiencyInfrastructureMicrosoftMobilityOS EfficiencyRemote WorkersSecuritySoftwareSoftware UpgradeStorageTechnology RefreshVirtualizationWireless

Keeping Your Network Secure in a BYOD Environment

It Doesn’t Have to Be a Headache

by Bob Perciaccante | 11.26.13

Hard to escape these days is the trend toward bring your own device (BYOD). Many end-users now own consumer grade devices that nevertheless have comparable computing power to their work devices, and now they want to use their own devices to get work done. Organizations want happy, productive employees, so BYOD seems like a winning strategy, but how do you keep your network and your data secure when you open up access to new devices? Here are some important considerations, tips, and advice on how you can implement BYOD at your organization—and keep your data secure.

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Can Your Network Handle BYOD?

Get Your Infrastructure Up to Speed

by Mike Glew | 08.16.13
Like many IT professionals, you are probably evaluating your wireless network’s ability to support new applications and meet user expectations for mobility and BYOD. As more organizations move toward implementing a BYOD policy, legacy wireless networks will struggle to keep up. Here are some insights and steps you can take to prepare for the influx of mobile devices that place increasing demands on your wireless network, while keeping everything secure.

Tags:BYODNetworkingSecurityWireless

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?

Tags:BYODMobilitySmartphonesTabletsWireless