Our very own Chad Baker, Director of Business Development, joined John Gilroy on Federal News Radio 1500am. The segment Gilroy hosts is called Federal Tech Talk, a one hour deep dive on IT trends and challenges facing agencies in the federal government…
With the growing popularity of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and similar company-wide policies integrating mobile devices into the work day, a question arises about security. Often times, these devices are collecting confidential and sometimes sensitive information, especially when the data being collected involves compliance and regulatory measures.
Every company that proactively manages risk, safety, quality or compliance has a love/hate relationship with documents (mostly hate). Audits, assessments, incident reports, checklists, management reports, corrective action, the list goes on. These complex processes produce unprecedented paper trails leading to a stockpile of documents that need to be organized, stored and easily accessed.
For about a year now, I have been conducting my daily work with a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and keyboard attachment. For the most part, I have treated this “tablet” exactly like I would a laptop, which is what much of the hype around these devices has been about. It wasn’t until recently, however, that I began treating this device like a tablet.
For those of you who walk the walk and talk the talk in the technical world, we wanted to break down some interesting features of the new CompWALK 3.2 release straight from our Technical Director, Jarred, himself.
Today marks the launch of CompWALK 3.2, so what does that mean exactly? It means mass amounts of energy drinks were consumed (now switching to a healthier drink option). Our developers have been working hard to deliver a more comprehensive lite platform to benefit organizations of all sizes.