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What is BYOD (bring your own device)?What is BYOD (bring your own device)?
BYOD is an abbreviation for "bring your own device," which occurs when employees use their personal smartphones, tablets, or computers as their workplace devices. Since many employees own their smartphones and prefer to use them for both personal and work use, the term BYOD was coined to refer to employee-provided technology in the workplace. . . . keep reading

What is VOIP?What is VOIP?
VOIP, an acronym for "Voice Over Internet Protocol," uses the Internet for telephone service rather than through traditional telephone lines. Voice conversations can be converted to a series of zeros and ones (which make them "digital"). Since the Internet uses digital signals, . . . keep reading

What is Net Neutrality?What is Net Neutrality?
Net neutrality is a policy where all users of the Internet receive equal treatment when sending and receiving data on the Internet, and that no user will be given preferential treatment over any other user. While net neutrality usually refers to the speed and amount of data the user can send or receive over the Internet, the term also includes freedom of expression, . . . keep reading

What is Binge Watching?What is Binge Watching?
Binge watching is the practice of viewing multiple episodes of a television series or a series of movies consecutively, either in one sitting or a short period. Viewers often binge using online streaming services such as Netflix or Hulu Plus that allow users to watch multiple seasons of a . . . keep reading

What is Gorilla Glass®?What is Gorilla Glass®?
Gorilla Glass® is a trademarked brand name of a very durable type of glass created by the Corning company. If you or someone you know owns a smartphone, you have probably heard of Gorilla Glass, since it's used in almost every smartphone as part of the display that makes up the touchscreen. . . . keep reading