According to some industry experts, we’re on the cusp of another industrial revolution—one that promises to change how we live and work, and to dramatically increase our productivity and efficiency. What does that mean for the end-user, and for the average enterprise? How will work change?
What does the Microsoft-LinkedIn deal really mean for business pros and the organizations they work for? How will it impact—if at all—overall productivity levels at both the individual and corporate level? Vitalyst’s Jim Tate offers 4 predictions/possibilities.
Why IT’s Shift from Tiered Support to a Collaborative, Customer-Focused Model is Good for the End-User, and for IT