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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Whether using PureCloud Voice or BYOC, the Purecloud WebRTC phone completes the zero-hardware approach.
Findd is the face of something simple, yet revolutionary, with it's BYOC approach in an industry that is constantly searching for the next big thing in labor productivity.
BYOC tickets are PS99 which includes weekend admission and a seat in the LAN halls to plug your gaming device into, plus access to all other areas of the event.
This advanced management method saves system integrators countless hours of manual updates by providing a convenient way to maintain fleets of vehicles via the BYOC platform.
Dropbox was a company-approved BYOC provider and, considering factors that suggested Barnes did not access the Dropbox files after leaving his employment with PrimePay, the court found no evidence of trade secret misappropriation and did not issue a preliminary injunction against the operation of Barnes' company.
EgisTec's strong authentication solution empowered by Acer's BYOC will provide sensitive and privacy data protection for the customers' high security level web services.
Whilst BYOD has been seen by many as a largely positive trend, BYOC represents a huge threat and has significant security implications as it results in confidential company data leaving systems and networks controlled by the company's IT dept, leaving it open to loss or theft.
To cut back on most materials, adopt a BYOC mentality: Bring Your Own Containers, such as cloth sacks or glass jars, to grocery stores for transporting produce, bulk foods, and meats and cheeses from the deli counter.
All three parties were held at Denver's Space Gallery, a private event venue on Santa Fe Avenue, and all three were BYOC ("bring your own cannabis").
The scalability and agility of the cloud are current drivers," he adds, "but in the future BYOC (Bring Your Own Cloud), boundary-less computing, new cloud formations and business-led IT will factor into the decision.
CSO ensembles will be playing during the fundraisers, and the events are BYOC (bring your own cannabis).
BYOC enables users to build their own cloud on their devices, such as music, photos and other types of content on a reliable and secure platform with convenient access to their information and content anytime and anywhere.