BYOD

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BYOD

abbreviation for
(Communications & Information) bring your own device: the practice of bringing personally owned electronic communication devices to one's workplace or educational institution to use for work or educational purposes
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The opening ceremony was held on 24th October by Acer Honorary Chairman and BYOC Chief Architect Stan Shih, and Acer Chairman George Huang, and joined by local VIPs including the mayor of Chongqing.
Now our customers can find abFiles on the My Cloud app center to download for free, and incorporate their My Cloud into Acer's BYOC ecosystem.
We are excited to have this opportunity to partner with Acer regarding their BYOC ecosystem, said Sky Su, the Vice President of EgisTec.
This growing mobility in the workplace has led to an increased need to access files on the go and consequently, the BYOC trend becoming more prevalent.
West's first brush with the law happened toward the end of "Wake 'n' Bacon," a BYOC brunch at a Denver bakery on April 20, the semi-official pot holiday.
The companies hope to widely incorporate MediaTek's integrated Chipsets for wearable and IoT devices into the BYOC ecosystem, and jointly develop new technology and applications that create value for all stakeholders.
We are working with universities, corporate and government organisations throughout the region on BYOC strategies and identify education amongst IT professionals is key to meeting growing user demands for mobility and flexibility.
He went on to state, "We've integrated a simple navigation experience for all shareholders, Independent Representatives, staff and visitors into our website to give them a direct virtual connection to everything BYOC.
It even comes with a secure handle for transportation purposes, just in case you love attending BYOC events.
computer geeks) who hosted an all-night BYOC (bring your own computer) party to wage video-game warfare.
The presence in Chongqing will be the third BYOC (Build Your Own Cloud) operations worldwide, with the other two located in Taipei and Silicon Valley.
The festival, which has a wide age and gender appeal, is expected to draw family visitors as well as so-called 'hard-core' BYOC - Bring Your Own Computer - gamers.