Articles relating to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and Computer (BYOPC)

Thomas McGrath
Thursday, 17 November 2016 / Published in 1E Partners, BYOD / BYOPC, OS Deployment, SCCM, Uncategorized, Windows 10
Microsoft MVP Keith Garner is a Solutions Architect at 1E. Prior to joining us, however, Keith spent over twenty years as an IT consultant, working the Windows Product Group, the Surface Product Group, and the Configuration Manager Group, among others. He also worked for Microsoft IT, where he helped design and implement the Windows deployment
Shashank Bisen
Wednesday, 28 October 2015 / Published in BYOD / BYOPC, TechEd, Uncategorized, Windows 10
cross platform tech
In the first of this series, we started learning how to construct a cross-platform app by creating Weather.Common – a simple app that allows you to get weather apps direct to your phone or device. The rest of the tutorials are concerned with how you can adapt Weather.Common to different types of device – including
Shashank Bisen
Wednesday, 16 September 2015 / Published in BYOD / BYOPC, TechEd, Uncategorized
app development
Cross platform apps are increasingly popular – and for good reason. Their appeal is that they run identically on more than one platform – Windows, Android, iOS – allowing you to create an app using a single development process and push it out to user of any device immediately. It’s plain to see why companies
Andrew Robertson
Thursday, 24 April 2014 / Published in BYOD / BYOPC, Uncategorized, Windows 7, Windows 8
Despite the drive over the last 10 or so years for us all to “go to the cloud” and make use of web applications, thus eradicating the traditionally installed application on the desktop, we still find ourselves needing to install and manage client installed Windows applications. Sure there are many application deployment technologies that are
Andrew Robertson
Tuesday, 22 April 2014 / Published in BYOD / BYOPC, Uncategorized
User motivation comes in many shapes and forms and as with many things, the answer is “it depends”. It depends on what sort of user they are – i.e. are they in sales or in engineering, marketing or research. Many users are motivated financially, with others being motivated by challenging work. This is a subject
Andrew Robertson
Wednesday, 09 April 2014 / Published in BYOD / BYOPC, IT Asset Management, Uncategorized
Over the last eight or nine years we have seen a very significant change take place out there in user-land – many have referred to it as the Consumerization of IT, whereby consumer technology has begun to impact the technology choices that the enterprise is making use of and in some cases being forced to
Andrew Robertson
Friday, 28 March 2014 / Published in BYOD / BYOPC, Products, Uncategorized
Recently I have been doing some research in to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) for a new product that I am bringing to market later in 2014 and I came across a small piece of work written by a colleague that I initially thought was hilarious, but quickly understood the message underneath. “Corporate issued PCs