BYOA


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BYOA

(Build Your Own App) User-created applications. BYOA relies on predefined options that can be selected from a menu by the user to create a custom process. The user may also be able to include some program logic similar to the macros that can be created for spreadsheets. Years ago, report generators were the first applications programmed by menu. See report writer.
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All AOL for Broadband BYOA subscriptions allow unlimited use of the service using any high-speed connection, including multiple simultaneous log-ins of up to seven Screen Names on the same AOL account.
You've already built a foundation for keeping potential threats in check, so apply the lessons and tactics you're already employing with BYOD to BYOA.
We've invested quite a bit of development time in bolstering our core device management feature set as well as adding next-generation functionality such as BYOA and near field communication support.
BYOA capabilities include blacklisting and whitelisting of apps on BYOD devices, enabling IT staff to monitor and control the use of those apps.
The new BYOD, BYOA and NFC features are available immediately in the Desktop Central 8 MDM add-on module.
We'll be extending our BYOD feature set and introducing BYOA capabilities, so companies can accommodate those trends while maintaining their security.
To that end, Desktop Central will get several BYOD enhancements as well as support for BYOA, near field communication (NFC), geo-fencing, Samsung device policies, mobile content management and the Windows 8 mobile operating system.
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Findings also reveal insight into the consumerization of IT, IoT, and BYOA initiatives
Eighty percent have not implemented BYOA at their organization and are still weighing the pros and cons.
Bring your own application (BYOA) has become as important as bring your own device (BYOD) in the development of a comprehensive mobile strategy, and the trend toward BYOA has begun to affect desktop and Web applications as well.
Those features -- which could cost up to $17 per month if purchased separately -- are available at no additional charge to AOL members and work on any DSL or cable connection regardless of whether they use AOL's bundled or BYOA service.