The Politics and Practicalities of End User Computing

A phenomenal rise in the adoption of smartphones, tablets and other desirable devices in our personal lives has educated employees on the possibilities for exploiting modern technology in a business setting. Some are even motivated to bring their own solutions to work. Given this, many pundits predict that the direction of corporate IT will increasingly be defined by end users. But does this make sense?

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Dale is a co-founder of Freeform Dynamics, and today runs the company. As part of this, he oversees the organisation’s industry coverage and research agenda, which tracks technology trends and developments, along with IT-related buying behaviour among mainstream enterprises, SMBs and public sector organisations.