BYOC


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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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The second application shows Acer's BYOC module built into industrial air tanks for safe monitoring; by sending data over the cloud reduces service hours in the field (manpower) while also lowers risks by keeping workers out of potentially dangerous situations.
The decision highlights the importance of developing solid BYOC policies to secure proprietary information and protect other corporate interests.
We are excited to have this opportunity to partner with Acer regarding their BYOC ecosystem, said Sky Su, the Vice President of EgisTec.
This growing mobility in the workplace has led to an increased need to access files on the go and consequently, the BYOC trend becoming more prevalent.
West's first brush with the law happened toward the end of "Wake 'n' Bacon," a BYOC brunch at a Denver bakery on April 20, the semi-official pot holiday.
And remember: The Society for the Legitimization of the Ubiquitous Gastropod event is BYOC (bring your own chair).
Therefore, testing the CSF for BYOC may be very important for evaluating the optical system and visual performance in different neural and optical processing situations, where a lower threshold shows better analysis and processing of visual information [13-16].
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In fact, both BYOD and BYOC will continue to force a re-evaluation of the basic principles of information security practices.
The BYOC tournament has been taking place around the country since December 2007 and has grown a lot since then.
Furthermore, the survey showed that just 31% currently appreciate the benefits of adopting a converged technology solution, suggesting many remain unaware of the benefits that the BYOC strategy can bring to both themselves and their organisations, Citrix said.
Our online visitors will now experience a more vibrant BYOC community thanks to our live team Facebook pages as well as our Facebook and Twitter feeds," said Robert McNulty, Chief Executive Officer.