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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Consumer-driven IT We see a strong need for organizations to prepare themselves for the use of personal devices within the enterprise ecosystem – Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Consumer-driven IT
  • BYOD is running ahead of organizational thinking and regulatory policy. So, how can companies ensure they're driving the change rather than trying to catch up?
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    Charging for IT on the basis of usage, like electricity is billed, has always been an attractive proposition. Some think that utility computing could commoditize IT such that it ceases to play a strategic business role. Businesses would differentiate only on processes and business models.

    Not only is such thinking idealistic but also has flawed logic.

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  • Enterprise 2.0 is not simply Web 2.0 within a firm. Collaboration and social exchange does not work the same way for organizations as it does for individuals.
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    The workplace is set to change. Despite security concerns, businesses have little option but to accept the cultural change being brought in by social, cloud and mobile computing. The workplace is becoming increasingly virtual, traversing handheld devices, laptops, SaaS applications and desktops. We call this Workplace 2.0.

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