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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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Key players in the North America Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Market are Airwatch, Mobileiron, Good Technology, IBM/ Fiberlink & others.
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The Planet provides hosting services for the CPL and will manage the Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC) section at the League's Cyberathlete(R) Extreme Summer Championship.
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LEAF RAPIDS, MB, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The northern Manitoba town of Leaf Rapids, in conjunction with Bring Your Own Bag(TM)(http://www.
Bird dogs are provided free and you should not bring your own dog to these hunts without prior permission.
The Winter Championships will feature four computer game tournaments with a combined $160,000 in cash prizes, a Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC) impromptu gaming site, exhibitions, a spectator arena, and workshops.
BroadVoice has been named to the list due in part to the value it offers customers, its innovative calling features, and its industry leading open access "BYOD" or Bring Your Own Device plans.
Bring your own blanket or chair to enjoy stirring marches, light classics and Hollywood favorites on the lawn in the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden.
Santa Claus - with changing faces under the white beard provided by the Carpinteria Kiwanis Club - will pose for photos with visitors daily until Christmas; photos cost $6, or you can bring your own camera.