Mobile Computing is a generic term describing your ability to use technology 'untethered', that is not physically connected, or in remote or mobile (non static) environments. The term is evolved in modern usage such that it requires that the mobile computing activity be connected wirelessly to and through the internet or to and through a private network. This connection ties the mobile device to centrally located information and/or application software through the use of battery powered, portable, and wireless computing and communication devices.
This paper outlines why legacy service desks and even newer platforms have not delivered on expectations, it describes the requirements for a service desk solution to be truly effective in today’s business environment and it details how CA Cloud Service Management delivers on these key requirements.
Several new additions and features have been added to System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager since System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1. The uniqueness of the paper are the hyperlinked categories, as well as the new or changed features are in Bold Type Italics, enabling the reader to visually scan through the pages it easily identify what the change or addition is. You can also electronically scan for the keywords "new" or "changed."
Eight top considerations on how to add mobile capabilities and support successfully, with the first three focusing on adding mobile views and functionality to business applications, the next three focusing on using increased mobility to help reinvent IT, and the final two bringing it all together.
If businesses are to benefit from the potential productivity gains offered by increased mobile access – and employees are able to enjoy the convenience of BYOD – security and IT departments are faced with having to ensure their business is protected against all the new mobile security threats.
When Cincinnati Country Day School opened its doors more than eighty years ago, the
founders envisioned a new way of teaching and learning. Today at CCDS, where every
student from 5th grade thru 12th carries a Toshiba Tablet PC, this unique school continues
to stand out as a prime example of how the right technology in the right hands can
positively transform education.
At Gannon University in Erie, PA, the fall of 2007 not only brought new students, but also new teaching methods to the renowned Radiologic Sciences program that helped drive new innovation and interactive learning in the classroom, and across the campus. The challenge posed was how to make the Radiologic Sciences program interactive, filmless and eventually paperless.
Students entering Watauga High School are entering a program designed to propel their learning well beyond the newly formed walls-one that challenged the school's IT team to design the most significant technology implementation in the school's history.
Serving less than 400 students in the small Village of Antwerp in Northwestern Ohio,
Antwerp Local School had a challenge, a vision and a tremendous opportunity. The
challenge: the school's limited local tax base from which to draw funding.