Consumerisation and User Centric IT Delivery

Consumerisation and User Centric IT Delivery

Within this area, we look at the unilateral acquisition (independently of IT) of equipment, software and services by departments and individuals; a growing trend as technology becomes more accessible and users become increasingly tech savvy. A key question we are researching here is how such activity can be enabled, monitored, managed and (where necessary) constrained to balance the interests of individual users with the needs of the overall business.

In parallel with the above, we are also investigating how user preferences can be better incorporated into IT related decision making, with a view to enhancing user satisfaction and business efficiency. The aim here is to reduce the perceived need for employees to make their own technology arrangements, which in turn promotes harmony and minimises complexity-related cost and risk.

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IT-Business Alignment Revisited

Accommodating increased user influence

Report/Paper published August 2014

Wake up, grandad: All the techies use social media

Collaboration is working

Column/Blog Post published June 2014

User Access – Time for a change?

Channel focus: The channel and your customers need to be ready for desktop virtualisation

Inside Track published June 2014

End User Computing:

A Management Perspective

Report/Paper published June 2014

Mobile security is more than protecting local data

Stored credentials could expose your corporate network

Column/Blog Post published June 2014

What are APT’s?

And how can they affect your business?

Inside Track published June 2014

Say What?

IT professionals sometimes sound like they’re speaking a different language

Column/Blog Post published June 2014

Security: the oft-forgotten dimension

Most organisations do their employees an injustice

Column/Blog Post published May 2014

Controlling Application Access

A network security and QoS checkpoint

Report/Paper published January 2014

Device Proliferation and Data Fragmentation

Channel focus: Opportunities to help customers save money and lower risk

Column/Blog Post published September 2013

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