BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and MDM (Mobile Device Management) are two terms that are often used together in the context of workplace technology. BYOD refers to a policy in which employees are allowed or encouraged to use their own

You must be familiar with VPN, or virtual private network, technology if you've ever searched the web for safe browsing choices. VPN technology was initially developed to secure online privacy and encrypt internet traffic. Today, however, VPNs are a necessary

In the context of a Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), geofence capability enables the administrator to construct policy zones and policy-exclusion zones. Devices that enter the geofence are immediately set with policies with admin-specified limits and profiles. Field devices that continually

The amount of work required to get ONE item operational is enough to drive even the most patient person insane. Let alone the sleep-deprived, caffeine-fueled IT person attempting to configure hundreds of thousands of these devices! Add to that the

The increasing number of phone thefts, accidental damage, and device malfunction is pushing customers to look for ways to safeguard their mobile phones. A smartphone insurance policy usually covers physical damage, internal coverage failure, theft and loss protection, and theft

The Internet of Things is a network of actual physical objects that are interconnected with the Internet in order to share data and information and enhance services, productivity, and other factors. IoT technology is present in an increasing number of settings,

E-waste is becoming a global issue. The more electrical and electronic equipment are being produced, the more E-waste needs to be disposed of or managed properly. If e-waste is discarded without implementing environmentally sound manners such as into the river,

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