Any regular user of public transport will know their return to the daily commute in the New Year has been accompanied by a plethora of shiny Christmas presents.
In their posh leather covers, and tightly held and coveted by proud new owners, these devices often have the capacity to hook into the corporate network. The . . . → Read More: Three reasons why IT consumerisation fails: support, selectivity & security
Banging on about the potential of the tablet is now almost de rigour for industry experts.
From the trade press to the conference hall, everyone is keen to talk about how the business world will be transformed by the iPad and it’s non-Apple cousins. The ability to use information on the move is undoubtedly a . . . → Read More: Netbook and phone are smarter executive choice than Apple iPad
What on earth is a CIO? Do you have any idea of the core competencies that help to constitute an IT leader? Spend time reading the business media and you’ll quickly get some idea of the traditional IT leader – and it’s not a healthy picture.
Common consensus would seem to suggest the traditional CIO is . . . → Read More: Top 10 signs that you are a traditional CIO
Speak to any vendor CIO and the message is the same: “We eat our own dog food and drink our own champagne”. The grim-sounding meal is a neat metaphor for the approach of IT leaders at suppliers-side firms, who are expected to test technology at home before making the most of the honed product.
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