User Empowerment and Productivity

User Empowerment and Productivity

Within this area, we look at the technology and services that directly touch the user. This includes desktop and mobile technology, collaboration and social computing, as well as the connectivity and access mechanisms that are important for many of these technologies and services to deliver maximum value, safely and securely.

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Devices, recruitment and staff retention

Be prepared to offer flexibility

Inside Track published February 2015

Snooper-proofing laptops and tablets?

A simple step to reduce sensitive data leakage

Column/Blog Post published February 2015

A new approach to verifying user identity

Sometimes it helps to think differently

Column/Blog Post published January 2015

Inertia has its virtues, but change is happening

More of the same in 2015, but at an accelerating pace

Column/Blog Post published December 2014

Creating more harmony around end user computing

Compromise is not a dirty word

Inside Track published December 2014

Rethinking desktop delivery

Time to break out of the Windows upgrade spiral?

Inside Track published December 2014

User flexibility without the risk

Don’t stumble into the responsibility void

Inside Track published December 2014

End User Computing Will Soon Be a Data Centre Challenge

Research shows ‘centralise and manage’ is the approach being adopted

Inside Track published November 2014

The Politics and Practicalities of End User Computing

Community Research Report

Report/Paper published November 2014

How much of your mainstream IT capacity does mobility consume?

It may be more than you think

Column/Blog Post published October 2014

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