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Last Week in Business Communications is a weekly post where we cover some of the notable articles and happenings in the business communication world from the week before. Check back each Monday for your news fix.

How Your Business Can Overcome Its Fear of BYOD
on Cloud Tweaks

IT pros tasked with security lose many sleepless nights to the risks of bring-your-own-device (BYOD). But Vineet Jain says that BYOD doesn’t have to come at the cost of security or control—and gives some tips on how to maintain control while balancing BYOD advantages. Read the article >

FCC Strengthens Consumer Protections Against Unwanted Calls and Texts

After fielding several petitions for clarification about how the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) applies to outbound contact center activity, the FCC has issued a package of declaratory rulings that give greater detail on consumer protections and the technology involved. If you run outbound operations, you’ll want to see this. Read the rulings >

Department of Defense Wants to Move Majority of Apps to the Cloud by 2020
on TechZone 260

As a mammoth organization with some very serious IT requirements, the Department of Defense (DoD) can be good place to lessons about migrating functions to the cloud. In this article, Peter Bernstein examines how the DoD is moving some existing applications to the cloud while building others new—and examining the motivations behind them. Read the article >



Hal Werner

Manager of Digital Marketing & Strategy

As a digital marketer and content strategist, Hal Werner shapes online experiences to help people find information they can use to make more informed technology decisions.

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