Latest Content tagged with End-User Productivity
The Enterprise Mobility Disconnect
Susan Nunziata 12/2/2013 17 comments
Sure, we're all running around with smartphones and compulsively checking emails and texts. When it comes to true enterprise mobility, we're not as connected as we think we are.
Personal Clouds Challenge India's CIOs
Sudha Nagaraj Bharadwaj 11/29/2013 19 comments
Personal cloud services are increasingly being used by workers for business interactions, collaboration and even transactions, often without permission from enterprise IT.
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.
How mobile is your enterprise? Really.
CIOs in India and elsewhere are facing a growing challenge from the use of so-called personal cloud services for storing work-related information. But despite the use of "personal," recent ...
Most government agencies do not have a marketing department. How can a government CIO hope to influence public-facing experiences? By teaming up with an agency's public information officer.
Obligatory old-person declaration: In my day, we were lucky to get a free pencil at school on standardized test day. At lunch, we lined up for bacon and mayonnaise sandwiches. Times were ...
The Windows 8 start screen has been perceived as being so much of a nuisance that it has become somewhat common for IT professionals to jump through hoops just to force Windows 8 to boot ...
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