As the “bring your own device” (BYOD) revolution becomes the norm in many workplaces, there is increasing employee concern regarding their company’s IT department’s ability to access personal data while attempting to secure sensitive company data on the device. A recent poll of potential BYOD users showed that more than 90% would opt out of
The Launch Pad is pleased to welcome Audrey Clausen as our newest Client Solutions Liaison. Audrey recently relocated to the Tampa area and has a strong background in customer service and technical help desk support service. Audrey has experience in training, support, and troubleshooting technical issues in both Windows and Macintosh based environments. Audrey is
In our newest blog series, we are discussing the 3rd wave of the cloud conversation – how to manage mission critical business applications in the cloud to increase productivity and realize a greater reduction in the cost of running your business. In first five installments of the series, we covered Geckoboard, AwayFind, inDinero, Highrise, WorkFlowy
On March 15, Microsoft will be retiring Windows Messenger Live and is replacing it with Skype, which Microsoft purchased in 2011. When users update their Skype account and sign in using their Window’s Live credentials, all messenger contacts should be available for instant message, video calls, land-line calls, screen sharing and video calls on mobile phones.
We’ve all experienced that sinking feeling as we stand by the luggage chute realizing that the airline has once again lost our bags. Frequent business travelers have resorted to packing lightly so they need only to fly with a carry-on bag but this isn’t always a possibility. According to SITA, almost 26 million bags are lost each