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Posted by Admin Andy

It’s trendy to discuss how BYOD (Bring Your Own Device to work) is going have a huge impact. But where’s the proof? How about some real-life examples where it’s actually as cool as all the tech pundits are making it out to be? Done. See below. Now, ideally the devices your employees bring will integrate as part of your network, extending reach and capabilities. So putting aside concerns about tech compatibility and data security (which we are saving for another article), let’s explore they ways people are saving blood, sweat, money and time with their iThings.

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Posted by Admin Andy

It happens in the middle of March.  Office workers who never use spreadsheets are suddenly poring over charts, doing deep analysis, sweating over their predictions.  What has come over them?  Madness. March Madness a.k.a. the NCAA Division 1 Basketball Tournament. Every company with more than one worker has an office pool going and it extends well beyond that. Excited huddles gather around the water cooler, employees take longer lunches and streaming coverage of the games light up office computers.

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Posted by Admin Andy

Why you need a bring-your-own-device policy and some basic security considerations. So it’s Monday morning and you, the faithful sysadmin, are hard at work checking systems and running reports. Suddenly your boss walks in with her brand-new iThing and wants you to set up her email. What do you do? BYOD Basics

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Posted by Alicia Davis

Congratulations, Michael! Michael Fisher, of Knouse-Fisher Technologies, submitted his story to our first Worst IT Nightmare contest. Not only did he get to vent, he also won a $100 Amazon gift card. Here is an excerpt from his tale…

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Posted by Alicia Davis

By now, you have heard of MAM (mobile application management), MDM (mobile device management), EMM (enterprise mobility management), MIM (mobile internet management), and many others. There is an acronym for just about everything in the tech world and we have heard just about them all. What we haven’t heard?

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Posted by Alicia Davis

Project ‘Torx’, Tricerat’s latest printing technology, garnered interest from several influential individuals in the mobility space, including Chris Fleck, Citrix VP of Mobility Solutions, and Jack Madden, industry analyst and writer.

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Posted by Alicia Davis

Here at Tricerat we are excited about how technology is evolving. In an increasingly global business model, high tech companies are hatching new ideas to streamline, simplify, and mobilize work processes for a fast, seamless, and more connected experience than ever. Take Citrix’s next generation of desktop virtualization architecture, XenDesktop 7, as an example.

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