Charting your enterprise data for BYOD security

Huddle, the collaboration platform vendor, has released its survey report, “State of the Enterprise Information Landscape,” which includes some interesting findings around information security and bring-your-own-device (BYOD). The report finds that 73 percent of office workers in the US and 61 percent in the UK are downloading personal software and apps on enterprise-owned tablets. Additionally,… Continue reading Charting your enterprise data for BYOD security

The future of Android in BYOD

A recent IDC analyst report states that Android smartphone market share passed 80 percent worldwide. Despite this impressive market share, the fractured nature of the Android operating system still creates concerns for IT departments with a requirement to support Android as part of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program. In some circles, supporting Android… Continue reading The future of Android in BYOD

3 common sense tips for managing remote writing projects

Image by freeimages.com user: dmpop I was reminded recently about how much the successful management of remote writing projects relies on common sense, communications, and teamwork. Looking back over previous part-time remote projects I’ve worked on the lack of one of those elements usually made for a lot more difficult of a project. However, I’m the… Continue reading 3 common sense tips for managing remote writing projects

5 things people are afraid to say to millennial managers

Age is relative… A millennial manager in charge of older workers is a hot topic in some corners. There is much feel good fluff written favoring the millennial manager. Some of these articles fill millennial heads with all sorts of things — most of which that aren’t good for an experienced project team and their projects. Don’t… Continue reading 5 things people are afraid to say to millennial managers