For CIO Professionals

The Information Workplace Light Burns Brighter

The Vendor Landscape Creates More Opportunity And Complexity

    Why Read This Report

    When Forrester introduced the concept of the Information Workplace (IW) in 2006 it was largely a vision of the future. Since then, much has changed. The world economy has suffered a prolonged recession, forcing organizations to find new ways to drive information worker productivity. Technology Populism has resulted in workers self-provisioning consumer-grade tools to solve business problems. And often, IT is getting pushed to respond with enterprise-grade alternatives. Tech vendors are taking notice — packaging more and more software workloads into end-to-end IW solutions. These trends mean that content and collaboration professionals must make increasingly bigger, strategic bets on IW solutions with broad and long-term implications.
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    • A Fundamental Bet On Knowledge Workers
    • Four Anchor Vendors That Are Lighting The Way
    • After The Big Bet, You'll Still Fill Specialized Gaps With Smaller Bets
    • RECOMMENDATIONS

      It's Time To Make Some Big Bets On An Information Workplace Strategy
    • Supplemental Material
    • Related Research Documents

    TOOLS & TEMPLATES

    • Models & Calculators:

      Collaboration Investments Are Closely Aligned With Business Goals