Wednesday, February 12, 2014

2014 TREND#8 BYOC a disruptive or complex idea?




Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a  phenomenon in which employees bring their own computing devices to their work, (laptops, tablets or smartphones) to perform their job tasks Now  Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) is arising and reshaping the world of IT management.


 Well how this will affect the mission critical facilities? easy

+IT Equipment > +Space > +Cooling > + Energy ~ $$$

So OPErators - CONstructors - DESigner must understand how this trending topic could impact the organization´s business and IT performance.

Joe McKendrick  wrote in his blog   "Security is the obvious risk, but there are other ways IT leaders should brace for the onslaught"  ( see http://www.zdnet.com/security-isnt-the-only-buzzkill-with-bring-your-own-cloud-7000024208/

  • Increased complexity   

  • Straining of resources  

  • Costs  

  • Security  

among others 

So to think that organizations will embrace such trend could cause us an irritation back of the ear and drives us very uncomfortable. However this issues is just happening and we have to be aware that sooner or later a bunch of organizations will go trough that pathway.

So what we have to learn & understand then? 

Technology give us tools that we could not imagine 7-12 months ago

CHANGE in business occurs always (also in data management)

Security & Compliance have to be addressed 

Infrastructure´s flexibility is a must for the (investor/owner/ end) customer that take business decision to assure organization´s survival in a very competitive environment

I understand well that GM , Coca Cola, or banking will not allow -for several reasons- that their employees use these solutions for the business they run, but what happen with those small / micro organizations that are running activities where could make business sense to permit this topic to their people?

In any case -and we can discuss if this will or not happen- today is a flame that could grow and we as facilities professionals ougth be aware.

 Or what do you think?

 

roberto sánchez, RCDD

México





We have all heard about the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon in which employees bring their own computing devices to their work, such as their laptops, tablets or even smartphones to complete their job tasks more conveniently. Now Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) is arising and reshaping the world of IT management.
Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) is arising and reshaping the world of IT management

Read more at: http://www.erpsoftwareblog.com/2013/08/bring-your-own-cloud-trend-arises/ | ERP Software Blog
August 2, 2013 by Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. No Comments Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. Bring Your Own Cloud Trend Arises Email | Print 0 inShare We have all heard about the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon in which employees bring their own computing devices to their work, such as their laptops, tablets or even smartphones to complete their job tasks more conveniently. Now Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) is arising and reshaping the world of IT management. Bring your own cloud is a concept about employees being allowed to use public or private third-party cloud services to perform certain job roles, according to techopedia. Many of the services are web based and cross-platform with Dropbox being probably the most famous among them. Other popular personal cloud services are iCloud, Google Drive and SkyDrive. Additionally, these private cloud services are free to use under a certain storage limit, usually between 2 and 5 GB which is enough for storing emails, documents, and other raw data. Therefore, these BYOC services offer an efficient option for storing files off-device for greater protection, automatic backup, and constant availability. However, at the same time they provide an avenue for corporate users to compromise security by storing important data outside the company’s secure barriers. The concern here is not about the Bring Your Own Cloud trend taking over the Bring Your Own Device. The real question is: How securely can the two concepts coexist in a corporate environment, where you cannot really stop users from using private cloud services when they bring their own devices? Doriana Kote, Marketing Assistant, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Channel Elite Awards Finalist for 2013 August 2, 2013 by Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. inShare Email | Print Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. Ask The Author Tags: byoc, byod, cloud security, cloud services Posted in Hosted/On Demand/SAAS/Cloud | No Comments » Related Posts BYOD Could Provide Tremendous Increase in Employee Satisfaction Why Dynamic Businesses Bring the Online Experience to the Store What is Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud for ERP Software? Time to Bring Facebook into Your Enterprise? 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August 2, 2013 by Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. No Comments Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. Bring Your Own Cloud Trend Arises Email | Print 0 inShare We have all heard about the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon in which employees bring their own computing devices to their work, such as their laptops, tablets or even smartphones to complete their job tasks more conveniently. Now Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) is arising and reshaping the world of IT management. Bring your own cloud is a concept about employees being allowed to use public or private third-party cloud services to perform certain job roles, according to techopedia. Many of the services are web based and cross-platform with Dropbox being probably the most famous among them. Other popular personal cloud services are iCloud, Google Drive and SkyDrive. Additionally, these private cloud services are free to use under a certain storage limit, usually between 2 and 5 GB which is enough for storing emails, documents, and other raw data. Therefore, these BYOC services offer an efficient option for storing files off-device for greater protection, automatic backup, and constant availability. However, at the same time they provide an avenue for corporate users to compromise security by storing important data outside the company’s secure barriers. The concern here is not about the Bring Your Own Cloud trend taking over the Bring Your Own Device. The real question is: How securely can the two concepts coexist in a corporate environment, where you cannot really stop users from using private cloud services when they bring their own devices? Doriana Kote, Marketing Assistant, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Channel Elite Awards Finalist for 2013 August 2, 2013 by Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. inShare Email | Print Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. Ask The Author Tags: byoc, byod, cloud security, cloud services Posted in Hosted/On Demand/SAAS/Cloud | No Comments » Related Posts BYOD Could Provide Tremendous Increase in Employee Satisfaction Why Dynamic Businesses Bring the Online Experience to the Store What is Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud for ERP Software? Time to Bring Facebook into Your Enterprise? Data Security in the Cloud Ask This Expert a Question / Leave a Comment Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website Request an Instant Dynamics ERP Quote Free 30 Day Cloud Hosted Microsoft Dynamics ERP Trial Free 30 Day Cloud Hosted Microsoft Dynamics ERP Trial Click Here To Get Started Free Whitepaper 25 Brilliant Ideas to Outsmart Your Competition with Microsoft Dynamics ERP 25 Brilliant Ideas to Outsmart Your Competition with Microsoft Dynamics ERP Download PDF or MP3 By RSS: Rss Get New Posts: Make a positive impact on your organization and the environment by Going Green! (by PaperSavePro) Other Languages Popular Posts The Real Difference between Microsoft Dynamics NAV and AX How Much Does a Typical ERP Implementation Cost? A Look At Microsoft Dynamics AX, Oracle, and SAP Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Pricing And Costs How Many Companies Use Microsoft Dynamics ERP? Blogs We Recommend Accounting Library Blog Agility Blog by OmniVue AKA Enterprise Solutions Blog Axxon Consulting Blog Beck Consulting Blog Blog @ ICON Boyer & Associates ERP Blog Candlewest’s Microsoft Dynamics Blog Catapult ERP Blog CIS ERP Blog Clients First AX Clients First US Blog Counting on GP Data Masons Blog DynamicAccounting.net Dynamics Blogger Dynamics Cafe CRM Blog Dynamics GP Land Dynamics University Blog DynamicsWorld Encore Business Solutions’ Blog ERP Cloud News ERP Software News Gloria's Blog GP Window Ignify ERP Blog Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP InterDyn BMI Blog MIBAR.net Blog MS Dynamics World Rapid Implementation Blog Rose Business Solutions GP Blog Sikich Technology Blog SMB Suite Blog Socius Blog Street Smart ERP Synergy Accounting & Financial Blog Tensoft, Inc. Blog The IPM Blog Tridea Partners Blog TurnOnDynamics Blog Categories About Microsoft Dynamics AX About Microsoft Dynamics GP About Microsoft Dynamics NAV About Microsoft Dynamics SL Accounting Software Research Accounting Software Selection Tips By ISV/Add On Partners Case Study – Dynamics ERP Choosing a VAR/Partner Compare Accounting Software Packages Convergence 2011 Convergence 2012 Convergence 2013 Convergence 2014 Cost of Accounting Software Dynamics ERP for Aviation Dynamics ERP for Construction Dynamics ERP for Distribution Dynamics ERP for Education Dynamics ERP for Financial Services Dynamics ERP for Food and Beverage Dynamics ERP for Government Dynamics ERP for Healthcare Dynamics ERP for Manufacturing Dynamics ERP for Not for Profit Dynamics ERP for Professional Services Dynamics ERP for Retail Dynamics ERP Reporting/BI Dynamics GP 2010 Dynamics GP and Microsoft Office Integration Dynamics SL 2011 Dynamics vs. Entry Level Accounting Software Packages Dynamics vs. Midmarket Accounting Software Packages Dynamics vs. On Demand/Online Packages eCommerce for Dynamics ERP ERP for Manufacturing – Automotive Parts ERP Software Implementation Tips ERP Software Information Español Finance Department Tips & Tricks Financial Reporting Français Hosted/On Demand/SAAS/Cloud Infographics ISV/Add On Products Microsoft Dynamics Cafe Webinars Microsoft Dynamics ERP Functionality Microsoft Dynamics ERP Training Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 New Features Demo Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Project Accounting Project Management Sales Tax Automation for Dynamics ERP Save Money on Accounting Software User – ERP User Posts Videos – Case Studies Videos – Microsoft Dynamics ERP Site Credits Custom WordPress Theme and Programming: Rick Tuttle, Papasoft Become a Member · Contact the Publishers · Login · © 2014 ERP Software Blog · Privacy Notice

Read more at: http://www.erpsoftwareblog.com/2013/08/bring-your-own-cloud-trend-arises/ | ERP Software Blog
August 2, 2013 by Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. No Comments Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. Bring Your Own Cloud Trend Arises Email | Print 0 inShare We have all heard about the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon in which employees bring their own computing devices to their work, such as their laptops, tablets or even smartphones to complete their job tasks more conveniently. Now Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) is arising and reshaping the world of IT management. Bring your own cloud is a concept about employees being allowed to use public or private third-party cloud services to perform certain job roles, according to techopedia. Many of the services are web based and cross-platform with Dropbox being probably the most famous among them. Other popular personal cloud services are iCloud, Google Drive and SkyDrive. Additionally, these private cloud services are free to use under a certain storage limit, usually between 2 and 5 GB which is enough for storing emails, documents, and other raw data. Therefore, these BYOC services offer an efficient option for storing files off-device for greater protection, automatic backup, and constant availability. However, at the same time they provide an avenue for corporate users to compromise security by storing important data outside the company’s secure barriers. The concern here is not about the Bring Your Own Cloud trend taking over the Bring Your Own Device. The real question is: How securely can the two concepts coexist in a corporate environment, where you cannot really stop users from using private cloud services when they bring their own devices? Doriana Kote, Marketing Assistant, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Channel Elite Awards Finalist for 2013 August 2, 2013 by Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. inShare Email | Print Andrew King, WebSan Solutions, Inc. Ask The Author Tags: byoc, byod, cloud security, cloud services Posted in Hosted/On Demand/SAAS/Cloud | No Comments » Related Posts BYOD Could Provide Tremendous Increase in Employee Satisfaction Why Dynamic Businesses Bring the Online Experience to the Store What is Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud for ERP Software? Time to Bring Facebook into Your Enterprise? Data Security in the Cloud Ask This Expert a Question / Leave a Comment Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website Request an Instant Dynamics ERP Quote Free 30 Day Cloud Hosted Microsoft Dynamics ERP Trial Free 30 Day Cloud Hosted Microsoft Dynamics ERP Trial Click Here To Get Started Free Whitepaper 25 Brilliant Ideas to Outsmart Your Competition with Microsoft Dynamics ERP 25 Brilliant Ideas to Outsmart Your Competition with Microsoft Dynamics ERP Download PDF or MP3 By RSS: Rss Get New Posts: Make a positive impact on your organization and the environment by Going Green! (by PaperSavePro) Other Languages Popular Posts The Real Difference between Microsoft Dynamics NAV and AX How Much Does a Typical ERP Implementation Cost? A Look At Microsoft Dynamics AX, Oracle, and SAP Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Pricing And Costs How Many Companies Use Microsoft Dynamics ERP? Blogs We Recommend Accounting Library Blog Agility Blog by OmniVue AKA Enterprise Solutions Blog Axxon Consulting Blog Beck Consulting Blog Blog @ ICON Boyer & Associates ERP Blog Candlewest’s Microsoft Dynamics Blog Catapult ERP Blog CIS ERP Blog Clients First AX Clients First US Blog Counting on GP Data Masons Blog DynamicAccounting.net Dynamics Blogger Dynamics Cafe CRM Blog Dynamics GP Land Dynamics University Blog DynamicsWorld Encore Business Solutions’ Blog ERP Cloud News ERP Software News Gloria's Blog GP Window Ignify ERP Blog Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP InterDyn BMI Blog MIBAR.net Blog MS Dynamics World Rapid Implementation Blog Rose Business Solutions GP Blog Sikich Technology Blog SMB Suite Blog Socius Blog Street Smart ERP Synergy Accounting & Financial Blog Tensoft, Inc. Blog The IPM Blog Tridea Partners Blog TurnOnDynamics Blog Categories About Microsoft Dynamics AX About Microsoft Dynamics GP About Microsoft Dynamics NAV About Microsoft Dynamics SL Accounting Software Research Accounting Software Selection Tips By ISV/Add On Partners Case Study – Dynamics ERP Choosing a VAR/Partner Compare Accounting Software Packages Convergence 2011 Convergence 2012 Convergence 2013 Convergence 2014 Cost of Accounting Software Dynamics ERP for Aviation Dynamics ERP for Construction Dynamics ERP for Distribution Dynamics ERP for Education Dynamics ERP for Financial Services Dynamics ERP for Food and Beverage Dynamics ERP for Government Dynamics ERP for Healthcare Dynamics ERP for Manufacturing Dynamics ERP for Not for Profit Dynamics ERP for Professional Services Dynamics ERP for Retail Dynamics ERP Reporting/BI Dynamics GP 2010 Dynamics GP and Microsoft Office Integration Dynamics SL 2011 Dynamics vs. Entry Level Accounting Software Packages Dynamics vs. Midmarket Accounting Software Packages Dynamics vs. On Demand/Online Packages eCommerce for Dynamics ERP ERP for Manufacturing – Automotive Parts ERP Software Implementation Tips ERP Software Information Español Finance Department Tips & Tricks Financial Reporting Français Hosted/On Demand/SAAS/Cloud Infographics ISV/Add On Products Microsoft Dynamics Cafe Webinars Microsoft Dynamics ERP Functionality Microsoft Dynamics ERP Training Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 New Features Demo Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Project Accounting Project Management Sales Tax Automation for Dynamics ERP Save Money on Accounting Software User – ERP User Posts Videos – Case Studies Videos – Microsoft Dynamics ERP Site Credits Custom WordPress Theme and Programming: Rick Tuttle, Papasoft Become a Member · Contact the Publishers · Login · © 2014 ERP Software Blog · Privacy Notice

Read more at: http://www.erpsoftwareblog.com/2013/08/bring-your-own-cloud-trend-arises/ | ERP Software Blog

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