Artikel zum Thema "Consumerization" bei CIO.de

Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise Starting to Pay Off

Companies are beginning to reap ROI and productivity benefits from consumer technologies such as smartphones and tablets. As the trend grows, IT leaders are moving beyond first responder status to craft a long-term strategy for success. » zum Artikel

Die zehn wichtigsten IT-Trends

SaaS, IaaS, Consumerization: Die zehn wichtigsten IT-Trends (Foto: Experton Group)
SaaS, IaaS, Consumerization: Trends wie Mobility, Cloud und Digitalisierung werden das Jahr 2014 prägen. Die Projekte, um die Neuerungen in die Unternehmen einzuführen, werden die interne IT besonders herausfordern. Wir stellen die zehn wesentlichen Technologien vor. » zum Artikel
  • Luis Praxmarer

Gadgets Galore: How to Keep Track of This Year's Tech Gear

If it seems there's been a new gadget released every week, you're not too far off. This year bore witness to a tech gadget explosion. The team at financesonline.com put together this handy infographic showing a plethora of consumer tech product releases and expected releases this year: » zum Artikel

Gauging BYOD acceptance

The debate about the bring-your-own-device movement (BYOD) has quieted down, mostly because, it seems, while IT has been over in the corner arguing the pros and cons, employees have been streaming into office with their shiny new toys and using them to get work done. » zum Artikel

Apple Suffers Bruising Week

From internal strife to competitors hitting their stride, Apple is having one of the roughest weeks of the year. This comes on the heels of a nasty hack to its developer's site that Apple is working to restore, although developers said earlier this week that it's still down. » zum Artikel

Thanks to IT, more people can work from home

Unless you work at Yahoo, where CEO Marissa Mayer has banned telecommuting, there's a good chance you work from home or at a coffee shop once in a while. » zum Artikel

Half of world's companies to embrace BYOD by 2017

About half of the world's companies will adopt bring-your-own-device programs by 2017 and will stop providing computing devices to employees, a new Gartner report predicts. » zum Artikel

10 Jaw-Dropping Facts About Mobile Phones

Did you know that 200 cell phones are left in New York City cabs every day That's a lot of phones -- 73,000 per year. Hopefully, none are BYOD phones carried by executives at your company. VisageMobile, a mobility management vendor, came out with this and other "jaw-dropping" mobility facts that show how dependent our world is becoming on mobile phones. » zum Artikel

SanDisk unleashes world's first 128GB microSD card

Almost 10 years after the microSD card format was introduced with 2GB of capacity, SanDisk has unveiled a new model of the popular removable storage card with more than 60 times that original storage capacity. » zum Artikel

The help desk is hot again

If you're looking for an exciting IT job with the city of Staunton, Va. -- the hottest action is at the help desk. » zum Artikel

IT morphs as tech and users change

As The consumerization of IT and self-service trends gain momentum, IT shops are being restructured and IT professionals are learning to play new roles. » zum Artikel

How to Make Your Enterprise as Agile as a Startup

"We're seeing large enterprises - armed with the resources, scale and drive to reinvent themselves through digital transformation-reasserting leadership in their markets," says Paul Daugherty, chief technology officer of multinational management consulting, technology services and outsourcing firm Accenture. » zum Artikel

BYOD's Battle Royale Pits IT vs. Employee

The "Bring Your Own Device" super trend has ignited an epic battle between IT and employees. In one corner, IT frets about data security and perhaps losing control over devices and apps. In the other corner, employees want to choose the devices and apps for work and play, and they're a little tired of IT telling them what they can and cannot do. So who's winning » zum Artikel

Zombies Are Scary for Halloween, Scarier for Mobile IT

It's Halloween season, and that means zombies and other scary stuff. We're talking about zombie-killing for a livin', we're talking about sharkin' (a slightly altered quote from Jaws, one of the scariest movies of all time). » zum Artikel

Techies Ditch the Hoodies and Google Glass

In San Francisco, techies have become the recipients of nasty stares, curse-laden rants, threatening finger-pointing, even physical confrontation; techies are accused of causing gentrification and sky-high rents in many parts of the city. It's gotten to the point where many techies try to avoid looking like a techie and becoming a target. » zum Artikel

How the 'Modern Man' Will Wear Technology

Forrester Research's riff on Leonardo da Vinci's famous Vitruvian Man drawing, in 1490, of a naked male with ideal human proportions is downright clever. In Forrester's version, a male dressed in a business suit shows how a variety of wearable devices might became part of the modern man. » zum Artikel

Mapping the C-Suite's Digital Future

We all know that business is becoming increasingly digital. We've seen it play out in retail with Blockbuster losing to Netflix, Barnes and Noble crushed by Amazon, Black Friday giving way to Cyber Monday. As CIO's publisher, I witness the ebb and flow of the digital revolution in technology media every day. » zum Artikel

IT Buyers Starting to Look a Lot Like Consumer Shoppers

During the dot-com boom many years ago, the then-called "New Economy" magazines boasted thick, 100-page folios chock-full of ads. At the Industry Standard, for example, there was a waiting list to buy advertising space. » zum Artikel

Tablets, Mobile Malware Heighten BYOD Security Concerns

If you've got BYOD smartphones -- it's a good bet you do -- then you've got a big security problem that's only going to get worse with the emergence of BYOD tablets. » zum Artikel

The Art of Writing in the Age of Algorithms

In a 1998 New Yorker article entitled Last Words, American author and essayist Joan Didion broke down the famous opening paragraph of Ernest Hemingway's "Farewell to Arms." » zum Artikel

Öffnet Lenovo Android die Tür ins Enterprise?

Motorola-Kauf: Öffnet Lenovo Android die Tür ins Enterprise? (Foto: Bremmer)
Motorola-Kauf: Die Chancen stehen gut, dass Lenovo nach den bekannten Thinkpad-Notebooks, -Tablets und -Convertibles bald auch Business-Smartphones unter der Marke anbietet. » zum Artikel
  • Manfred Bremmer
    Manfred Bremmer
    Manfred Bremmer beschäftigt sich mit (fast) allem, was in die Bereiche Mobile Computing und Communications hineinfällt. Bevorzugt nimmt er dabei mobile Lösungen, Betriebssysteme, Apps und Endgeräte unter die Lupe und überprüft sie auf ihre Business-Tauglichkeit. Bremmer interessiert sich für Gadgets aller Art und testet diese auch.

A Visual Guide to Identifying the Hidden Costs of BYOD

One in 50 companies gets a $15,000 roaming bill every month, says Visage, a mobile management vendor. If that's not you, you're still not in the clear. Hidden costs are everywhere. » zum Artikel

Enterprise Startups Draw CIO Attention

It's an exciting time to be a CIO. Technology is increasingly seen as a primary business driver, an engine of innovation and a true competitive advantage for many companies. Although the influx of consumer devices and the general consumerization of IT certainly create challenges in terms of process, policy and security, overall, the CIOs I speak with look quite favorably upon this whole trend. » zum Artikel

IT departments won't exist in five years

SAN FRANCISCO -- Consumerization of IT and self-service trends will lead to a restructuring of the today's IT shop, leaving behind a hybrid model consisting of tech consultants and integrators. » zum Artikel

CIOs and CMOs Must Work Together to Satisfy Customers

The strained, dysfunctional relationship between CIOs and marketers can be overcome, in part by rallying around the customer. After all, we're in an age that requires IT and business people to put aside their differences in order to bring business technologies to bear that will win, serve and retain customers. » zum Artikel

BYOD Creates Trust Gap Between Workers and Employers

Only three out of 10 employees completely trust their employer to keep personal information private. The others aren't so sure. This should be a warning sign to CIOs that they've got a trust gap to overcome. » zum Artikel

IT Transformation is Key to Business Growth, says Dell

Enterprises must innovate and adapt to the emerging trends, or be left behind. » zum Artikel

Cloud Service Helps You Communicate Better by 'Reading Your Voice'

In today's hotly competitive workplace, everyone needs to be a good public speaker, or at least an effective verbal communicator. Emails, tweets and Facebook posts just don't cut it when you're trying to make an impression on bosses, business partners, colleagues and customers. » zum Artikel

User-centric computing: No more lip service

Change and confusion reign in the technology world today. Consumerization, mobility and virtualization are disrupting the vendor landscape to an astounding degree. As an analyst at Forrester Research, I field between 90 and 120 inquiry calls every quarter from industry leaders trying to make sense of all these disruptions, which gives me a very good sense of what's missing. Gradually, new insights ... » zum Artikel

Microsoft offers Azure discounts in renewed cloud push

Microsoft will offer discounts on its Azure cloud service next month as part of a cloud computing push that also includes new releases of its Windows Server and Systems Center software. » zum Artikel


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Companies are beginning to reap ROI and productivity benefits from consumer technologies such as smartphones and tablets. As the trend grows, IT leaders are moving beyond first responder status to craft a long-term strategy for success.
Trends wie Mobility, Cloud und Digitalisierung werden das Jahr 2014 prägen. Die Projekte, um die Neuerungen in die Unternehmen einzuführen, werden die interne IT besonders herausfordern. Wir stellen die zehn wesentlichen Technologien vor.
Trends wie Mobility, Cloud und Digitalisierung werden das Jahr 2014 prägen. Die Projekte, um die Neuerungen in die Unternehmen einzuführen, werden die interne IT besonders herausfordern. Wir stellen die zehn wesentlichen Technologien vor.