BYOD: Is it Worth the Risk?

The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon has become a highly debated topic in many organizations. While some enterprises are fully enveloped in the BYOD trend, others are hesitant to adopt this new strategy because of the numerous risks associated with it. Regardless, here is what you need to know to be BYOD-ready.

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Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, age 56, died.

The creative technology pioneer of Apple, Steve Jobs, died on October 5, 2011.

Although Jobs death did not come as a surprise, many still mourned the sudden departure of this tech juggernaut. Jobs was diagnosed with a rare form of pancreatic cancer 7 years ago, and his health has been a closely watched news around the globe. Before Jobs death, he has resigned as CEO of Apple in late August stating that he “could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO.”

From the beginning of the Mac PC, to the latest iPhone, Jobs has again and again showed his brilliant mind and senses in creating technology that would transform how we consume technology today.

How would Jobs death affect Apple? Only time will tell, and in the mean time you can leave a comment for discussion.