Para manajer TI harus memperhatikan secara sistematis teknologi-teknologi kunci yang berpeluang besar dalam memberikan dampak pada industri mereka
Stories by Sandra Van Dijk
Each year IT managers must deal with the mammoth task of identifying the key technologies that will drive business change for their organisation. Faced with hundreds of technologies, many new and immature, the IT manager must systematically focus on those likely to impact their industry.
The old mantras of "doing more with less" and getting "more bang for your buck" are threatening the viability of the modern IT organisation, according to Mark McDonald, Gartner's vice president of executive programs.
Welcome to the postmodern age of business where IT leaders need to re-imagine their role and lead from the front by taking more calculated risks.
Wireless technologies are integral to notebook computing because true mobility implies anytime, anywhere communications. Radio technologies form the basis for notebook communications.
Poor notebook technology choices can lead to shorter life cycles, higher costs and reduced mobile worker productivity.
Before developing a purchasing strategy, organisations first need to understand the market including the major players and their operating system (OS) roadmaps.
In mature markets smartphone purchases are increasingly driven by considerations linked to Internet access experience, wealth of applications, content and services linked to a specific operating system (OS).
Smartphone adoption in the enterprise continues to escalate with CIOs rating mobility as one of their top four priorities in 2012.
At least 40 per cent of tablets sold in 2014 will be linked to a communication service provider (CSP) contract, according to Gartner. The research firm said CSPs will shift their current subsidy strategy for mobile broadband from notebooks to tablets to take advantage of the hype surrounding these new devices.
Media tablets have finally found a place in the small to medium business (SMB) sector, supplementing notebooks and smartphones.
Following is a 12-point checklist outlining some of the features that should be assessed when shopping for your tablet PC. Gartner advises organisations to ascertain the appropriate screen size for the task at hand.
There are few areas of IT that generate as much confusion as change management. Most IT organisations today have a plethora of tools with many different IT domains that are misidentified as change management tools.
Australia is the second biggest market for storage systems within the Asia Pacific region. Market growth in 2011 is likely to be in the range of 55 per cent, according to Gartner. One factor that definitely influences purchasing is movement in the competitive landscape, specifically mergers, acquisitions and partnerships, which change often. Gartner predicts storage consolidation will continue as a larger portfolio of vendors attempt to add strategic functionality to their offerings. Following is a roundup of market changes involving the biggest players.
Buyers need to know where technology is heading. Following is a guide to some of the technology trends that will shape your storage purchasing decisions.
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