Creating a bring your own PC (BYOPC) policy before implementation is crucial to the success of the initiative. In this E-Guide from SearchConsumerization.com, get help creating a policy that fulfills your employees' and your organizations' needs alike.
Embracing mobility doesn't need to be complicated or costly. Gain expert advice on the top 8 considerations for simply, but effectively enabling mobility in both the enterprise and the IT department.
Before implementing a BYOPC strategy, it is imperative to take many security and management factors into account. Check out this E-Guide from SearchConsumerization.com to learn all about the BYOPC trend, the pros and cons, and what you need to know before implementation.
Complex desktop environments have proven difficult for deployments, maintenance, and control. Download this free trial from VMware which combines the power and versatility of virtual machines with the security and control of centrally managed PCs
Many progressive companies see distinct advantages in allowing employees to use personal computers in the office. However, letting employees bring their own technology into the network might mean letting them bring vulnerabilities to network security. Read this paper to learn how to let staff use their personal technology securely.
Millions of corporate PCs in use today are four or more years old, which can cause serious security, cost, and maintenance issues. Is it time for your business to refresh PCs? View this brief resource to find out.
This handbook presents best practices for moving to Microsoft's latest operating system, including assessing your organization's needs to determine whether Windows 8 is a good fit, which applications should move over, and what help is out there for your migration project and licensing.
Read this white paper to learn how built in desktop management can help address today?s key IT challenges such as avoiding malicious attacks, accurate inventory of assets, and the demand for IT services.
For every 100 laptop PCs companies issue, 15 will never be seen again, according to this research report sponsored partly by Intel. Five will be lost or stolen (one recovered) and 11 will simply vanish, leaving companies stuck for millions of dollars in compromised data alone.