Windows 7 technology refresh cycle is entering the final push for most businesses. As discussed in the recent webcast, there remain several questions relating to readiness by organizations. While the timing is tight, the budget and plans should likely be established and known.
If at this point in time, your business has not deployed or have the Windows 7 readiness in action, you might be in the "big bang" territory for this upcoming technology refresh cycle. If your business has a "ride it 'til it dies" refresh program, perhaps this is a "Aha" moment.
If you have been reading any of the weekly or daily periodicals, it is clear that there is a new breed of "bad guys" in regards to security. Consumerization perhaps has led us as a marketplace into a false sense of security where just enough counter measures may really not be enough.
The tablet has taken the market by overwhelming vision. It has been a long time since we have seen such enthusiasm and excitement about consumer technology. The question for IT is- is the excitement really about the tablet or is it something else?
One of the trends in enterprise computing is the focus on the end user. So what's different this time around?
User segmentation is not new. What is new is how IT and the business may be considering how to deploy user oriented technology in 2010.
During the Great Recession there has been a not so subtle shift in the client technology usage model by end users. Over the years, IT has been reluctant to rely on more of the end user activity in lifecycle management. However, the end user may be the key to reducing costs.