Workstation Were to be Lost or Stolen;-

This means that if the workstation were to be lost or sto-len, then the company’s data would not be compromised. Indeed, in such a case, the zero or thin client workstation would be less expensive to replace as most of the appli-cation hosting, storage, and computing takes place else-where, in the cloud.

Ubiquitous computing



started off with universities that needed to cater to a plethora of computing devices that students brought to the campus. Providing access to university-provided applications and information on vari-ous students’ devices meant that a university’s IT depart-ment needed to allow a secure way of allowing access to the university’s resources on devices that the IT department did not manage or have any control over. As the technol-ogy developed, it became known as bring your own device (BYOD), which is currently being adopted by businesses to deliver IT to their employees. But ubiquitous comput-ing is much more than BYOD; it means that you can com-pute and access corporate information from anywhere, not only from the campus or the workplace, by using any device and at any time. The onset of such a computing framework means that the IT department increasingly becomes a cloud service broker that maintains a service catalog of allowable cloud computing applications for an employee to use for work purposes. Those cloud-based ap-plications then can be used from anywhere, at any time and on any device. Any data that need to be used or stored

This means that if the workstation were to be lost or sto-len, then the company’s data would not be compromised. Indeed, in such a case, the zero or thin client workstation would be less expensive to replace as most of the appli-cation hosting, storage, and computing takes place else-where, in the cloud.

Ubiquitous computing

started off with universities that needed to cater to a plethora of computing devices that students brought to the campus. Providing access to university-provided applications and information on vari-ous students’ devices meant that a university’s IT depart-ment needed to allow a secure way of allowing access to the university’s resources on devices that the IT department did not manage or have any control over. As the technol-ogy developed, it became known as bring your own device (BYOD), which is currently being adopted by businesses to deliver IT to their employees. But ubiquitous comput-ing is much more than BYOD; it means that you can com-pute and access corporate information from anywhere, not only from the campus or the workplace, by using any device and at any time. The onset of such a computing framework means that the IT department increasingly becomes a cloud service broker that maintains a service catalog of allowable cloud computing applications for an employee to use for work purposes. Those cloud-based ap-plications then can be used from anywhere, at any time and on any device. Any data that need to be used or stored

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