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A periodic look at hot topics in governments around the world.
Organizations around the world must adapt to consumer-focused technologies for a more productive, innovative work environment.
The majority of IT decision makers who responded to this year’s survey on the consumerization of IT point to security concerns as a key barrier to enabling employees to use personal devices and consumer applications for work.
IT executives and iWorkers give remarkably different answers about the extent of smart mobile device usage within the enterprise.
Our new Consumerization of IT study has created a fair bit of buzz in the media.
A picture is worth a thousand words, as they say, and when it comes to the multitude and complexity of consumer devices, apps, and tools being used in the workplace today, the picture surely gets complicated.
Results of the second annual Unisys-sponsored IDC research on the consumerization of IT are in, and for IT, the picture isn’t pretty. Predictably, the global survey of more than 3,000 iWorkers and IT executives shows the use of consumer technologies, from devices to social applications, accelerating throughout the enterprise.
This time last year we released the results of our first ever study on the consumerization of IT, conducted jointly with IDC. Last year’s research generated so much interest in the media and our client base that we decided to do it again this year.
Unisys commissioned an in-depth study on the consumerization of IT from IDC in 2010. It exposed a serious gap between how IT leadership and information workers view the IT support capabilities provided by their organizations.
Unisys issued an announcement last week introducing its new Application Modernization Platform as a Service (AMPSSM) offering. The subscription-based service will help federal government agencies eliminate many of the challenges associated with modernizing their legacy software applications.