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Gartner Says It’s the Beginning of a New Era: The Digital Industrial Economy

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Worldwide IT spending is forecast to reach $3.8 trillion in 2014, a 3.6 percent increase from 2013, but it’s the opportunities of a digital world that have IT leaders excited, according to Gartner, Inc.

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Enterprise Resource Planning │ Single-Instance ERP Yields to Two-Tier ERP – Managing Automation

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Found at Enterprise Resource Planning │ Single-Instance ERP Yields to Two-Tier ERP – Managing Automation.

The mirage of a single-instance enterprise resource planning system for global corporations is fading into the digital sunset. So says a new report by the analysts at Constellation Research.

To be continued at Enterprise Resource Planning │ Single-Instance ERP Yields to Two-Tier ERP – Managing Automation.

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The Fifth Shift in Business Technology – Rawn Shah

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Disruptive. connecting and shifting contexts. And – in my opinion – for professionals and persons with a similar impact.

Found at The Fifth Shift in Business Technology – Rawn Shah – Connected Business – Forbes.

At the IBM Lotusphere conference on Monday in Orlando, IBM Collaboration Solutions General Manager Alistair Rennie described major shifts in how technology has transformed business over the decades: the Mainframe, Departmental computing, the PC, and the Internet. To this he added Social Business as the next major

To be continued at The Fifth Shift in Business Technology – Rawn Shah – Connected Business – Forbes.

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5 Predictions for 2011 From IDC

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IDC logoSick of 2011 predictions yet? We’ve got just a few more. Analyst firm IDCreleased its 2011 predictions report this week, too late to be included in our earlier analyst firms predictions round-up. “Transformation” is IDC’s watchword for next year. According to the firm, transformation driven by the cloud, mobility and analytics. “In addition to creating new markets and opportunities, this restructuring will overthrow nearly every assumption about who the industry’s leaders will be and how they establish and maintain leadership,” says

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“Bring Your Own Technology” Is In Your Future

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Mike Schaffner’s plea seems relevant to me.

One assumption he makes, I do have my doubts about.

Should IT should support all these devices or should they focus on compliancy and security management.

The latter, indeed in my opinion.

And indeed as a professional I have to adhere to these standards.

Found at “Bring Your Own Technology” Is In Your Future: Beyond Blinking Lights and Acronyms.

IT leaders need to start thinking in terms of users making their own technology choices.

Consider the concept of BYOT, or Bring Your Own Technology.  The premise is that instead of IT dictating the supported computing platforms and cellphones, users will make their own selection based on what best meets their needs or preferences.

As a result you may have PCs, Macs, iPads and their coming slate competitors, iPhones, Droids and Blackberrys within your environment, and you’ll be expected to support all of them.

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Gartner excellent Tips for IT Planning 2011 — Eric D. Brown

Yes, it is summer and corporate year plans 2011 demand some creative thinking.  This found post may give u some help for drafting your IT-planning 2011?

Found at http://ericbrown.com/mark-mcdonald-on-it-planning-for-2011.htm?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+ConnectingTechnologyStrategyAndExecution+(Eric+D.+Brown+-+Technology,+Strategy,+People+%26+Projects)

Mark McDonald, of Gartner, offers some excellent tips for IT planning for 2011 in a post titled Three things to think about as you plan for 2011.

In the post, Mark suggests thinking about these three things:

Markets are fracturing

Everything’s social

Technology is moving away from IT

To be continued at  Technology is moving away from IT — Eric D. Brown.

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Recommended: The Social Enterprise Fail Whale @CustomerThink

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Found at http://www.customerthink.com/blog/the_social_enterprise_fail_whale?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+customerthink+%28CustomerThink+-+All+Content%29

Gartner just released a report “Predicts 2010: Social Software Is an Enterprise Reality”  identifying the direction enterprise social software will take in the coming year. Their top 5 predictions are:

1. By 2014, social networking services will replace e-mail as the primary vehicle for interpersonal communications for 20 percent of business users.

2. By 2012, over 50 percent of enterprises will use activity streams that include microblogging but stand-alone enterprise will have less than 5 percent penetration.

3.Through 2012, over 70 percent of IT-dominated social media initiatives will fail

4.Within five years, 70 percent of collaboration and communications applications designed on PCs will be modeled after user experience lessons from smartphone collaboration applications.

To be continued at http://www.customerthink.com/blog/the_social_enterprise_fail_whale?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+customerthink+%28CustomerThink+-+All+Content%29

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