Employees like the ability to choose. Whether it be choosing the hours they
work or whether or not they can telecommute to work, choosing makes them feel
empowered, which tends to boost their job satisfaction.
Another area in which they enjoy being given choice is how they can
communicate and collaborate. To accommodate this choice, businesses will do
well to implement a bring your own device (BYOD) policy. This policy will
allow workers to choose whatever mobile device they prefer to carry out many
of their work-related functions. One downside to BYOD is that CIOs have to
face many challenges related to an abundance of mobile devices, none of which
they have full control over, accessing internal networks.
At one time, mobile devices were mostly used to carry out simple
communications between a wide array of mobile users, mostly through phone
calls and texts. ... (more)
Technology changes from one day to the next. Because of this, businesses have
a difficult time keeping up with the latest devices. A great way to overcome
this issue is to implement a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy. Let's dive
in and take a close look at the top seven workers who benefit the most from
CEOs are often known for demanding the latest technological devices. Since
many companies can't keep up with their demands, by allowing them to bring
their own devices to work, the CEOs get to enjoy the benefit of using devices
that they prefer working with. Wheth... (more)
They read like a list of horror stories for businesses big and small alike.
Sony’s PlayStation Network is hacked twice, exposing the personal
information of 77 million customers. Zappos becomes the victim of a hack that
exposes the addresses and phone numbers of 24 million people. Up to 81
million Yahoo email customers’ passwords are compromised, forcing the
company to tell its users to reset them immediately. 110 million customers
are affected when hackers infiltrate Target, and PIN numbers and credit card
information are stolen. But these stories of major security breaches aren... (more)
Flash storage is revolutionizing the way enterprise stores, processes and
accesses important data. As opposed to the old methods of storage, most
notably hard disks, flash storage is faster and consumes less energy. Flash
devices also don't require the amount of space that other technologies do.
This is seen in everything from small personal handheld devices to enterprise
scale storage systems, such as Hadoop in the Cloud.
Enterprise grade flash stands out from the type of flash storage used on a
personal scale in that it is even faster, more durable, and more reliable.
These be... (more)
Unless you are an IT manager, understanding all of the technical details of
how big data technology — such as Hadoop Hive or Apache Pig as a Service
— works isn’t as important as understanding how big data can be used to
improve lives. Public safety, whether it’s reducing crime rates or
maintaining roads and bridges, is a huge undertaking with serious
consequences when mistakes are made. Big data can provide additional insights
(such as the connection between home games and crime rates discussed below)
to governments and businesses to help them keep cities safe, and better