Consumerization is a term used to describe the growing tendency for new information technology to emerge first in the consumer market and then spread into business and government organizations. Consumerisation links closely to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) as employees choose to bring their own devices and use them in the work place.
Company: LANDesk - Pangea Systems
Anticipating trends in mobile technology can put you ahead. Having a greater vision of your whole IT environment is crucial to managing and securing business data, including what may happen in the future. This paper explores three tipping points that will affect IT for the next five years plus. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Mobile Device Management | Published: March 2013 | Type: White Paper
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Company: IBM United Kingdom Limited
As employees choose to bring their own equipment, IT is left scrambling to determine how to accommodate a broad range of mobile devices and operating systems. This whitepaper introduces a number of IT challenges, including managing various devices and developing mobile applications. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Consumerisation | Published: March 2013 | Type: White Paper
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It’s no longer if—it’s when enterprises will refine unified communications (UC) capabilities. Learn how end-user choices in mobility and visual collaboration should factor into vendor consolidation strategies and UC road map architecture. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Unified Communications | Published: January 2013 | Type: Analyst Report
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Consumerisation is redefining the IT landscape. This paper highlights what impact this is having on the security landscape of organisations and what can be done to mitigate security threats. A list of best practices states what you can do to evaluate the security needed for the best web protection. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Security | Published: July 2012 | Type: White Paper
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The rise in popularity of smartphones and tablets in the workplace means that organisations need to consider many factors before implementing a mobile learning strategy. Issues such as speed, security and costs are crucial as well as deciding which devices to support to ‘future proof’ your strategy. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Consumerisation | Published: July 2012 | Type: White Paper
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