The narrative that Apple is in trouble has been played out so often that it's a boring, tired cliché. And yet: in 2017 the world's biggest and most powerful technology company faces more challenges than it has since the success of the iPod eased it into the era of dominance and the iPhone delivered it the world.
No matter where you look, there are challenges. The iPhone is the most successful single product in history and yet, after an initial burst, is now beginning to slip
This policy outlines requirements for BYOD usage and establishes the steps that both users and the IT department should follow to initialise, support, and remove devices from company access. These requirements must be followed as documented to protect company systems and data from unauthorised access or misuse.
From the policy:
The-bring your-own-device (BYOD) movement has helped streamline IT operations by allowing employees to connect personal devices such as laptops,
As an IT professional, you're constantly bombarded with questions regarding the latest smartphones, computers, and devices. Your opinion, largely based on your experiences, is highly sought after—and it should be. After all, your work exposes you to equipment that the average user has no need for, such as high-end workstations and cutting-edge servers. But there's also a lot of, shall we say, obsolete equipment you come across that is likely 10 to 15 years old and really shou