The year 2012 has seen the greatest change in workforce computing technology since the mid-1990s. Employees with work to do are taking back control of their personal computing destinies in the face of increasing lockdown pressure from their IT organizations. The result: Microsoft is being disrupted, personal cloud technologies are taking the place of IT services, applications are moving to software-as-a-service (SaaS), and mobile is the new face of engagement.
As an I&O Professional, what can you do? How can your team compete, or should you even try to compete? Find out in this engaging webinar with Forrester senior analyst David Johnson. We explore the four trends that matter most in workforce computing for the next five years, and we discuss specific strategies that you can employ to survive and thrive through disruption.
- A Brief History To Set The Context
- The Four Workforce Computing Trends That Matter Most
- How These Trends Will Play Out Over The Next Five Years
- What It Means For I&O Professionals
- Specific Recommendations For IT Strategy
Vendors mentioned: Citrix, JAMF Software, Microsoft, Symantic, and VMware.