Eith the consumerization of IT and mobility trends, TCO seems to be frequently mentioned, but in the context of industry norms. Does the drive by TCO without end user or business specific data really tell the story?
In the enterprise, asset management is one of the key lifecycle business practices. Achieving high practice levels clearly impacts cost, risk, service level and overall optimization. With the consumerization of IT, has the importance of asset management been diminished?
As we enter the fall season, many businesses are now thinking about the IT plans and budgets for next year. With all of the variables to consider and with the economy as it is, what does an IT executive and practitioner do for the upcoming budget cycle.
As we all hear every day, IT is being consumerized. BYOC continues to be driven, mobility is taking center stage, user segmentation is main stream, management tools are more mature than ever- so why do we still see lower adoption of self service in the enterprise? The overall TCO and lifecycle costs to deploy seem to be remaining constant, so let’s explore what might be going on.
No industry is more complex and important to all of us than health care. Mobility is as important in health care as in other industries, perhaps more so since literally all user segments may have a rationale for leveraging mobility. The balance between mobility vs. security vs. personal preference is critical to health care.
Based upon reviewing mobility specifically in the notebook arena to leverage the existing body of knowledge from the installed base, many of the trends that impact all of us as a members of the health care system were discussed.