The success or failure of a new technology is largely based around its answer to the question, “What will it do for me?’. At the rate that technology advances, many companies are barely able to catch up with a trend by the time its predecessor has arrived, providing for an often increasingly frustrating experience. However,..
When it comes to sending and receiving emails, there is no shortage of channels through which you can accomplish your task. Phones, tablets, laptops, desktops – pick one and be prepared to never go an hour without an email popping up. For something that is so deeply woven into our daily routine, you would be..
Have the days of BYOD already come and gone? Well, maybe not entirely – but there is an undeniable change in the air. As companies struggled to keep up with the BYOD trend, most were completely unprepared for the introduction of BYOX, also known as “Bring Your Own Anything”. As employees pressed – and often..
As with many large organizations, colleges and universities face unique challenges when it comes to providing a secure and reliable network to its students, faculty and staff. As an increasing number of schools begin to rely more heavily on their networks – either due to increased demand from students, professors using online teaching resources, or..