“Telework is a form of organizing and/or performing work, using information technology, in the context of an employment contract/relationship, where work, which could also be performed at the employer’s premises, is carried out away from those premises on a regular basis.” (Definition of European Framework Agreement on Telework, Article 2)Read More
From smartphones and tablets to laptops and television, 90% of all media interactions today are screen-based. As consumers, we balance our time between smartphones, tablets, PCs and televisions, meanwhile learning to use these devices altogether to achieve our goals. (1)
When it comes to technology, our personal habits always influence our working habits. We are getting used to managing many different devices. We are used to the commodity of having many options, so when translated into a business setting, this multi-device behavior becomes the multi-screen preference.Read More
The following text is a contribution from a freelance writer, Jenny Holt.
It all seemed like such a perfect idea. My office job would switch into a remote job – I would work from home, spend more time with the kids and the dog, cut out the dreaded commute, and spend more time gardening, baking, and reading books in the conservatory. Yes, those things were all done, but the work went terribly and I learned some harsh lessons when remote work turned into no work. Working from home is a positive experience, but only if you put the hard work in and do it smart.Read More
The following text is a guest blog post by David Overton (Country Manager UK and Ireland at Awingu). This article you can also read on David’s blog.
Azure RemoteApp was the official Microsoft way to run your Windows Desktop Applications on Azure and access them from any device. The service was only available for a short time before Microsoft closed the solution stating that you would need a partner’s software to complete a solution.Read More
On Feb 7th, 2017, VTM News reported that many electronic devices such as laptops hit the second-hand market whilst still full of confidential data. Erasing – or removing – hard drives clearly isn’t part of the default procedures. Even when it comes to a large organization such as the Federal Government of Belgium. Read More
Just recently, several hospitals in Brazil got hit by a ransomware attack. The attackers used a ‘brute force’ attack on Remote Desktop Services (RDS) environment of the hospitals. It’s not the first time. Hacks have been reported since 2015 all over the world with Europe and the US topping the lists after Brazil.Read More
While everybody is talking about a growing adoption of Bring Your Own Device, president Trump has shown the world through his own example how this policy is very much a part of today`s reality.
There has been a lot of fuss on how he is still using his personal android device and all the potential security risks this brings along. Android Central speculates it’s a Samsung Galaxy S3, which came out in 2012 and Google hasn’t updated since 2015. “Mobile security experts agree that Trump’s Android phone poses a major security risk.” writes TechTarget. (1)Read More
Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, deploying, and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers. It provides software as a service, platform as a service and infrastructure as a service and supports many different programming languages, tools and frameworks, including both Microsoft-specific and third-party software and systems. (1)Read More