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BYOC

(1) (Bring Your Own Computer) An employee-owned computer used to access company data. See BYOD.

(2) (Bring Your Own Computer) An announcement for a multiplayer game party (see LAN party). From "bring your own bottle" (BYOB), the notice in restaurants without a liquor license that allows customers to bring their own alcoholic beverages.
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Stan Shih, Honorary Chairman and BYOC Chief Architect, Acer, said, "The Internet of Beings (IoB) concept is Acer s proposal for the era of new C&C (Computing and Communication).
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PC maker Acer recently unveiled its build your own cloud (BYOC) ecosystem at the opening of the company's BYOC Experience Centre at its global headquarters in Taiwan.
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