As principal analyst at Forrester Research, Henry Dewing supports Infrastructure & Operations Professionals who plan, build, and run unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) workloads for enterprises. Henry also investigates the adoption of new technologies by information workers and the ways that I&O Professionals can accelerate and optimize technology adoption across their business.
His expertise spans the development and adoption of UC&C technologies, including the role of managed services, the telecom supplier landscape, and next-generation business models. Henry analyzes the demand and utilization of services such as Internet protocol telephony, unified communications, collaboration services, social software, and fixed-mobile convergence in the context of changes in overall industry structure and the ever-closing gap between IT and telecom.
Prior to joining Forrester, Henry held senior management roles at Compaq, Intel, and Nokia, working to establish development and channel partnerships to deliver converged communications solutions. Before that, Henry worked in A.T. Kearney's communications industry practice, where he undertook projects to align strategy and operations at firms throughout the telecommunications market. Henry began his telecommunications career at Bell Atlantic, holding positions of increasing responsibility in operations, engineering, business planning, and corporate finance.
Henry holds a B.S. in physics engineering and mathematics from Washington and Lee University and an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia.