Even as many companies are still deciding whether to allow BYOD, a new report says organizations will soon require it.
Any time a company contracts with a cloud computing provider, there’s a risk that the services won’t live up to the company’s expectations. But in one recent case, things were bad enough that the customer filed a lawsuit claiming the vendor misrepresented itself.
Though many business IT environments remain Windows-only, some experts say it’s time to start supporting Macs – partly because employees are using them anyway.
Most IT departments are already under a lot of stress, and now it seems they’ll have another big headache to deal with.
Work is no longer done primarily in the office – employees must be productive on the go, at home, or while they travel. But they need IT’s help to stay connected.
One side effect of a more tech-savvy generation entering the workforce: Younger employees are more likely to fix their own technology instead of calling IT.
Need more proof that getting users set up to telecommute is a worthwhile investment (and a good way for IT to help other departments)? Check out the findings in this study.
Working away from the office is becoming the norm for most employees, and IT needs to make sure it’s helping rather than hurting remote users’ productivity.
This probably won’t come as a surprise to anyone who works in an IT department: The help desks charged with supporting users need some help of their own.
Any companies still using Microsoft’s Office XP software suite should be ready to upgrade within the next few months.