According to Box CEO Aaron Levie, it's just as much about baking the consumer look and feel into enterprise apps--something a new wave of startups is doing.
Saunter into a store, wave your iPhone in the general direction of a product, get a price. Cool.
The more information, the more necessary it is to understand what it means. Enter business intelligence.
It appears to be the next big thing in information technology, but there's a bit of confusion over what it means exactly.
As IT dollars shift to consumers, open source continues to win.
On today's show: How to sneak personal technology into your workplace. Or, put more respectably, the "Consumerization of Information Technology." Our guests: Fritz Nelson, editor at large for Byte, and Tom Gillis, VP at Cisco.
On today's show: How to sneak personal technology into your workplace. Or, put more respectably, the "Consumerization of Inormation Technology." Our guests: Fritz Nelson, Editor-at-large for Byte, and Tom Gillis, VP at Cisco.
IBM is making moves to support iPhones and Mac OS. Has the world gone topsy-turvy, or is this the consumerization of IT in action?
Apple gets a big leg up in enterprise courtesy of IBM's vast army. IBM gets to show off its analytics and industry specific apps running exclusively on iOS.
While Microsoft has moved to Office 365 and Office for iPad, Mac users are still stuck with Office 2011.