Tag Archives: BYOD

Ubuntu Phone OS: A Welcome Change

It’s Time for a Change

wpid-Photo-Jan-3-2013-319-PM.jpgI’ve been depressed about my mobile situation.  I have the original DROID X, and it is acting like a senior citizen with dementia.  It forgets it has a camera, a microphone, and needs to be rebooted twice a day. I have loved my android experience until last month, to be completely honest. I bought the phone in March of 2011, and I have really come to think of my phone as an extension of myself.  That said, with carrier concerns, and the degrading performance, it is time for a new phone for me.  But what phone to get? Continue reading

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BYODiscussion: Millennials talk BYOD with Generation X and Y

WorkingWith-615x400On December 18th, an employee resource group for the Millennial generation hosted the first of many “Bring Your Own Discussion (BYOD)” Lunch and Learns at work.  With J&J working on implementing its BYOD strategy in 2013, the topic was, fittingly, Bring Your Own Device.

Millennials are often labeled as inseparable from their technology. Several leading industry studies and articles believe that this new generation will demand BYOD programs, and challenge traditional work environments to change the way we work to meet this need.

BYOD means different things to different people, and the key to keeping afloat in the BYOD discussion is understanding what problem you are trying to solve.  Interestingly enough, different generations have different expectations for this BYOD program.  All are valid, but which will we tackle? Continue reading

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