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BYOD has plateaued; CYOD is the future

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vrouw zoekt man Adoption of ‘Bring Your Own Device’ policies has stalled, as ‘Choose Your Own Device’ grows in the industry, IDC has said.

women seeking men in Waiuku Speaking at Microsoft’s Business Transformed event, John Delaney, head of IDC’s European mobility team, stated: “BYOD has taken off to quite some extent in the US, and for a while it looked as though it was going to take off in Europe as well.

“[However,] compared to a year ago, the percentage of enterprises that do not plan to have a BYOD policy is about the same. What we’re not seeing is a significant amount of new companies intending to adopt BYOD.”

IDC’s bi-annual survey of the enterprise sector found that in the first half of 2014, a third (36 per cent) of businesses currently offer a BYOD policy, with a further quarter (23 per cent) planning to begin offering a policy in the next 18 months. Two fifths (41 per cent) stated that they had no plans to offer BYOD.

In the same survey conducted at the start of 2013, only a marginally higher proportion of companies (44 per cent) said that they had no such plans.

Read More by Matthew Jarvis

Users folder vanished after OS X 10.9.3 update? Here’s a fix

Root Finder folder before installing OS X 10.9.3

Merely a bug, or an unwelcome step toward an iOS-like hidden filesystem?

Updated If you updated to OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 after it was released on Thursday, did your Users folder disappear from the Finder listing of the root level of your startup volume? Happened to some; didn’t happen to others. Go figure.

No, it hasn’t been deleted – that would certainly be a colossal cock-up on Apple’s part, now, wouldn’t it? It has just disappeared from the Finder listing. All your precious files are still extant – they’re just a wee bit harder to get to.

Read How To get it back By Rik Myslewski

Windows Phone 8.1: Like WinPho 8, but BETTER

par söker par i Höganäs Hands on The biggest Windows Phone news this week was that it’s now royalty free. This means it will cost manufacturers poolse vrouw zoekt man less to make a Windows Phone than an Android phone, all other things being equal. And, of course, it also received the much-anticipated update.

Yes, it’s taken what seems like an eternity to arrive, but Windows Phone 8.1 should address many of the annoyances bothering loyal users.

Notifications, shortcuts for commonly used settings, on-device (ie, Spotlight-style) search, and a better browser are four usability features that topped every user’s list of desired improvements. Welcome to 2011, you might say. But Microsoft had a simple and distinctive system already – and it has managed to make it more convenient without making it more cluttered.
Read more by Andrew Orlowski

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