Just when you have finally come round to the potential benefits of consumerisation, you go and do something stupid and leave the door unlocked. Many CIOs have been slow to recognise the potential productivity benefits of mobile devices. And even when there has been recognition, many IT leaders have not prioritised security.
IT leaders certainly . . . → Read More: Less than a quarter of CIOs feel data on mobile devices is secure
How does the organisation cope with the influx of consumer IT? Turning a blind eye – which sometimes feels like the approach closely to associated to many organisations – is simply not an answer.
Neither, on the other hand, is locking down all access. Your workers now have access to better technology at home than . . . → Read More: The consumerisation of IT relies on empowerment and flexibility
Good IT tells a story. Once upon time there was an idea, a very good concept that used the best of technology to help people make the best of their skills.
It’s a tale of good over evil, where the IT professionals create something of beauty and simplicity that is usable, flexible and well designed. . . . → Read More: Technology that meets outcomes: Good IT is about backwards storytelling
On-demand is changing enterprise IT provision but it’s going to be a slow evolution rather than a revolution and, in the majority of cases, the CIO will still be the executive in charge of technology.
That’s the conclusion from exclusive research by careerisover.com, which polled readers in regards to their opinions on the likely effect . . . → Read More: A third of IT leaders believe the cloud will kill off the CIO by 2020