While much talk about mobile has a tone of "impending trend" to it, there are currently many mobility initiatives afoot in your organization, some of which IT knows about, some which it may not.
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I had the pleasure to sit down with Steve Ballmer for an interview at the Microsoft SharePoint conference in Las Vegas this week. My research team at Forrester spends a lot of time thinking, researching, and writing about the future of information work.
Next week’s SharePoint conference in Las Vegas is officially sold out, just another sign of the insatiable appetite for Microsoft’s still-imperfect suite. Cold calling sales reps at lesser companies will look on with envy as each attending prospect or customer shells out a list-price $1,199 for the pleasure of hearing a three-day sales pitch about the 2010 version.
Cloud platforms is one of the technologies included in Forrester's recent report on the top 15 enterprise technologies.
Forrester Research identifies the top 15 technologies that will impact your business over the next three years.
Did you know that among US information workers that:35% use laptops and 76% use desktop computers?Only 11% use smartphones?
The number one challenge in cloud computing today is determining what it really is, what categories of services exist within the definition and business model and how ready these options are for enterprise consumption.
I spent a day with Tandberg management last week and came away very impressed with some things I can't share and also some things that I can share. Tandberg has:Great HD videoconferencing solutions in room-sized all the way down to Webcam.
I'm nobody's fan boy. I don't love any particular brand.
I recently took part in my first Wi-Fi enabled flight (AA 387 STL — SAN) and, in addition to raving about the experience, I found it one of the better ways to make productive use of otherwise lost time. While the speed was reasonable, and better than I'd expected, there was a separate tier of experience that I encountered as a result of being a mobile user accessing Forrester's services and applications from 30,000 feet.