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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In Alaska, BYOT is playing out in a variety of ways.
We're excited to add Nest as a BYOT partner to provide our utility customers with a great demand response asset and to help them offer their customers a new way to manage home energy consumption.
We've all read about pilot programs, one-to-one iPad or laptop implementations, BYOD or BYOT (bring your own device or technology) rollouts, etc.
Be a part of the BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) movement in schools in an effective and meaningful way--without taxing a parent's bank account.
New market research report "Why BYOT is More Important than BYOD" drawn up by Mind Commerce not only limelights the transition from BYOD to BYOT, but also provides recommendations for enterprise IT executives on how to best deal with this transition.
At Mountain Park Elementary in Roswell, GA, fourth-grade teacher Ebony Flowers combines interactive whiteboards with mobile devices and laptops to not only display lesson content, but also to ensure that all students in her BYOT classroom are participating.
After all, 1:1 programs distributing, say, iPads to students, plus BYOD, BYOT, and other permutations of a mobile educational environment are shown to extend learning opportunities.
Programs like BYOT represent savings to a school, because students use their own devices and pay for their own data plans.
This annual "sisterhood and friendship" luncheon for UCP, at Michael's On East, is billed as a BYOT event--that means bring your own tiara.
com/research/kt3kmt/why_byot_is_more) has announced the addition of the "Why BYOT is More Important than BYOD" report to their offering.
Digital curricula, 1-to-1 programs, BYOT initiatives and Common Core textbooks are driving a growing crowd of students and teachers online, both at school and at home.
Austin Energy s pilot is part of a larger shift towards BYOT bring your own thermostat programs that involve utilities leveraging existing two-way smart thermostats within their territory for demand response.