LAN party

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LAN party

n (Comput) → LAN-Party f
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"With BYOC, they can fill up with their favorite Slurpee drink to keep them going, whether it's back out with the crowds or back home to the couch."
BYOC also consumes much lesser power making it long lasting and sustainable, says Heer.
Provo, UT, November 02, 2016 --(PR.com)-- The Bring Your Own Clock (BYOC) revolution is here and is making a huge impact for companies with mobile and field-based workforces.
Insomnia staples will include a main stage with live shows and entertainment; LAN gaming areas where BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer/Console) ticket holders can plug in and play for 24 hours, all weekend.
BYOC (Bring your own content) allows guests to watch what they want, when they want regardless where they are from.
The Things or devices not only require a reliable communication link to the cloud, which Acer's BYOC platform provides, but also integration with services, empowering BeingWare applications to provide user-centric services and solutions that know, serve, and grow with the user.
It's no longer just a BYOD (bring your own device) world; it's now a BYOC (bring your own content) world, and it's revolutionizing the ways in which we work and learn.
In an age in which employees can "bring their own cloud" (BYOC) to the workplace, efforts to protect an organization's proprietary information can be challenging.
BYOD or BYOC policies are also more common and particularly critical given the intermingling of personal data and company-owned data.
Capable of the usual content creation or management, it also has considerable storage space that can create a personal cloud storage capability accessible through the BYOC (Bring Your Own Cloud) apps that are included.
"Last year we talked about changing the direction and not just staying in the hardware business, which is a tough business," says BYOC business group president Maverick Shih.
As for those who refuse to acknowledge there is an issue at all, they need to realise that pretending Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) isn't happening and isn't widespread is not an acceptable excuse for inaction.