The IPSD assistant superintendent of technology talks about going BYOT and how the district prepared.
Two IT pros share tips on how to prepare your organization’s network for BYOD as mobile device use continues to gain popularity in the workplace. To prevent your network speed from slowing down, IT should plans for density, manage mobile applications on the network and create a clear BYOD policy for employees.
Unified communications is increasingly gaining a foothold in commercial environments as is BYOD. It is important to set clear guidelines for employees who wish to use their own devices at work. Data access, security and other concerns should be addressed as part of your BYOD strategy.
Products from ISTE 2013 and more recent announcements for your BYOD or 1-1 classroom including the Google Nexus, Acer Iconia W5, Belkin Store and Charge, Gumdrop cases, the Amplify Tablet, NEC DisplayNote, the LearnPad, the Microsoft Surface Tablet and more.
Many employees now wish to use their own equipment at work, but preparing the network for such an eventuality takes a strategy that looks at safety, data management and liability. Learn how to address these considerations.
Google Apps for Education are compatible with Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.