Latest Content tagged with End-User Productivity
Curtis Franklin Jr. 3/26/2013 23 comments
More processes in your company could be automated -- and should be.
Curtis Franklin Jr. 2/22/2013 64 comments
It's easy to think about changing your office productivity tools. Actually making the change is something else, entirely.
Small Steps & Giant Leaps
Curtis Franklin Jr. 1/25/2013 47 comments
Is it better to change many things at once, or gradually change an environment one thing at a time? Arguments can be made in either direction.
Nurses Want BYOD, Too
Susan Nunziata 12/6/2012 37 comments
Nurses find that IT-provided tools have limited functionality and are difficult to use, according to a report.
The Windows Migration Decision
Curtis Franklin Jr. 10/18/2012 21 comments
How much influence will Windows 8 tablets have over desktop OS decisions? It's the big question IT departments have to answer on migration.
OEMs Are Getting Old
Curtis Franklin Jr. 9/12/2012 4 comments
Workforce aging is about to hit OEMs, and the impact will be tremendous. CIOs should get ready now for the older workforce.
One of the major benefits often touted by cloud service providers is the self-service portal. This is commonly presented as an easy-to-use, web GUI front end that allows end-users the ...
In my previous blog post, I discussed some of my thoughts as we worked to implement a BYOD policy for the state of Utah. The implementation of the policy has helped us learn some things ...
The move toward bring-your-own-device (BYOD) enterprise mobility at the Green Clinic, in Ruston, La., was a series of step changes, according to Jason Thomas, CIO and IT director.
If you read the first half of this blog, you'd know that we had just moved many of Utah's State Government IT assets to the cloud.
As organizations prepare to roll out Windows 8, one of the questions that is likely to come up is whether or not Office 2013 should be simultaneously rolled out as a part of the migration. ...
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