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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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para]]Laptops/Desktops Still Most Used Mobile Devices; Lack of Management a Concern; Encrypted USB Devices and Windows To Go Offer Secure Options[[/para]]
has deployed IronKey Workspace W700, the first Microsoft-certified Windows To Go devices to be FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified1.
NYSE: IMN) said it has announced the availability of IronKey Workspace W700, the first Microsoft-certified Windows To Go devices to be FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified.
Boot times for Windows To Go in Super Talent's test environment clocked in at under 6 seconds.
0 Encrypting SSD featuring the same high-assurance hardware encrypting security designed into their Windows To Go certified USB 3.
Imation's IronKey Workspace family currently includes the Windows To Go certified IronKey Workspace W300, which features high speed and performance with Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption.
For business customers, Windows 8 Enterprise offers new possibilities in mobile productivity with features like Windows To Go, DirectAccess, and BranchCache, as well as enhanced end-to-end security with features including BitLocker and AppLocker.
s Windows To Go, which enables corporate customers to provision a fully featured Windows 8 workspace on a bootable USB drive.
Windows To Go lets users take their workstation with them
Inside, the door tops were painted metal--except in the Ohia model, which had opening front vent windows to go with the padding--passengers sat upright, and the instrument panel was simply shaped and made from hard plastic.
Stale air is drawn out over the oriel windows to go back up to the chimneys.
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