Saturday, November 23, 2013

Stories I Found Of Interest (weekly)

    • If BYOD 1.0 has been responding to the needs of the employee, BYOD 2.0 efforts will focus more on the needs of where the enterprise and the employee intersect. Perhaps the most valuable key attribute of BYOD 2.0 will be to provide right- time experience (user interface + user experience) to the systems, solutions and points of collaboration that are mutually relevant to the company and to the employee.
    • 90%+ of BYOD activities are email, calendar, personal banking, news, family life coordination, Twitter and Facebook Facebook, but little else.
    • If BYOD 1.0 is about employees, what might a BYOD 2.0 look like?
    • how do we move from this Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) paradigm into BYOD 2.0, which you talk about as more of a “Use Your Own Device” mentality?
    • 60 percent of businesses allow employees to access company networks via their personal devices under a strategy known as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).
    • "The problem I have with BYOD is security," Hussain says
    • If there were any shreds of hope left that the stunning decline of the middle class could be turned around, Obamacare has absolutely destroyed them.
    • Obamacare is causing millions of Americans to lose their current health insurance policies, it is causing health insurance premiums to explode to absolutely ridiculous levels, and it is systematically killing jobs even though the employer mandate has been delayed for a while.
    • According to the researchers, this is not simply an evolutionary step in battery tech, “It’s a new enabling technology… it breaks the normal paradigms of energy sources. It’s allowing us to do different, new things.”

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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