Did you know that, as early as 2010, there were at least 19.5 million tablet sales? Since then, that number has skyrocketed, and, in just three years, Apple alone has sold more than 39 million iPads. This increase in tablet sales, and the widespread use of smartphones, is encouraging another emerging trend, bring your own device systems. Bring your own device, or BYOD, is quickly becoming an accepted model in classrooms, and in the workplace. The most alarming thing about that decision? Companies and schools are taking limited actions, and sometimes no actions, to protect sensitive data. Instead, companies and college Continue reading
Did you know that nearly 65 million Americans own a smartphone, laptop, or tablet? New technology so popular and prevalent that it is being implemented in schools and businesses.
The BYOD, or bring your own device, business and education model is becoming increasingly popular. The BYOD model allows students and employees to bring their own device, such as a smartphone or laptop, to school or work. This benefits not only the school or workplace, but the students and employees as well. It is said that the bring your own device model of education and business may make individuals more productive, because they feel more comfortable using their own device.
One concern with the BY Continue reading