TrackVia Tech Talk: Week of 07/14/2014


George Hulme discusses how security for big data initiatives isn’t taking off at the same pace that they’re being implemented. Read more.

Liquid computing allows your activities and digital data to move from one device to another, whether it is through cloud computing or Bluetooth. Apple’s Handoff feature, and soon the forthcoming Android L are paving the way for this next tech revolution. Read more.

Freelance Technical Writer and Analyst, Will Kelly, recently sat down with four leading vendors to discuss mobile BI, and the cultural and technology gaps between enterprise mobility and BI. Read article.

Chief Information Security Officer of Broward College, Matt Santill shares that the difference between enterprise and education IT security is the level of control of bring-your-own device (BYOD) and the limitations of network access for those devices. Read more.

Bring-Your-Own-App (BYOA) is on the rise in the workplace. Employees are using apps, such as Dropbox and Evernote, that they use personally for work purposes. Fox Business shares insight from LogMeIn senior director of products, John Purcell, on being successful in the workplace during the BYOA era.

Are bring-your-own-device (BYOD), bring-your-own-app (BYOA) and bring-your-own-workflow (BYOW) the demise to the IT department? TechRadar share their thoughts on the debate around the fall or evolution of the IT department. Read their insights here.

We’ll share more of our favorite articles next week, so keep checking back for more, and make sure to comment below or tweet us at @trackvia and weigh in.