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XL is not always the right fit: sometimes the right contract template is not the longest contract template

USA - February 19 2015 As a thin guy, I used to subscribe to the philosophy of wearing large clothes to look bigger than I was. What I actually looked like was a scrawny guy...


BYOD: no such thing as a free lunch

USA - September 4 2014 It seems intuitive that, by and large, employees prefer to use their own mobile devices, carrying only a single device for personal and work purposes...

Meighan E. O'Reardon, David C. Johnson.


The Internet of Things--avoid getting eaten by the wolf in sheep's clothing

Global - May 23 2014 With the number of (internet) connected devices rapidly surpassing the number of internet people (actually, all people whether or not connected), we...


What does the SOX say?

USA - November 27 2013 Any negotiation for cloud and outsourced services undoubtedly ends up in a debate over what audits are appropriate, what are required, and who will...


Too much of a good thing? Mind the privacy implications of iOS 7's new MDM capabilities in your BYOD workforce

USA - September 20 2013 In addition to the consumer hoopla over iOS 7, companies managing BYOD programs also have reason to rejoice. As reported on CIO.com, iOS 7 brings...