When I started interning here at NSK, I didn’t know cloud computing from cumulonimbus. Writing each blog entry took loads of detective work. But for this last entry, I was asked to blog about what I already know, and sometimes it's those blog posts that are the hardest ones to write.
In recent posts we’ve discussed the need for MDM and why businesses are choosing a BYOD work environment. A running theme through all posts related to technological advancements is that technology is constantly changing, which is why—surprise, surprise—an article days ago came out titled “The End of BYOD As We Know It?”
With protection and security at stake, as well as accountability, companies are looking to MDM, which makes business run as smooth as a knife slicing into butter.
In the past few weeks we’ve talked about what’s going on up in the cloud, including big data and cyber security. We’ve yet to reach the innovations from the novels of Jules Verne and HG Wells—but we’re getting there (time travel? I wouldn’t rule it out at this point). And there’s still the requirement of accessing oceans of data through a machine. Who knows? Perhaps the cloud will eventually materialize above our heads and we can access our accounts and files from thin air. For now, however, we must rely on computers and smartphones to enter the data dense world of cloud computing.
But there are measures to consider when utilizing these devices, especially when they’re used as a primary business tool.