This week: The Next-Gen Enterprise Landscape, Consumerization, and Workshifting
Feel that warmth in the air – we’re excited to bring you the first news roundup of the spring season! There were a few really interesting articles this week we’d like to share with you, so let’s dive in.
This week: Consumerization, Tablet Adoption in the Enterprise and IT Guys
For those of you who survived the Ides of March, we bring you another installment of our weekly news round-up. This week, we’ll focus on IT as it relates to consumerization and tablet adoption in the enterprise. Read on!
This week: Visionary Status, Apple’s ‘New iPad’ and the Navy’s Desktop Virtualization Deployment
Happy Friday, everyone! I don’t know about the rest of you, but we at Matrix42 had a very busy week. Why, you ask? Well in case you missed it, we were named a Visionary in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Client Management Tools and we announced SP2 of Empirum V14 at CeBIT this week. Pretty exciting stuff, if you ask me. Besides our own news, we’d like to direct your attention to other topics of interest from the tech world this week.
Not all workplaces are created equal, which is why we’re excited to announce additional support for managing both virtual and physical workplace environments, with the release of Empirum V14 SP2. We’re expanding our current offerings to give IT the flexibility it needs, while providing solutions that satisfy users and corporate standards.
When the word “visionary” is used today, it often describes a landmark technology that can change our lives, or the people who had the foresight and courage to disrupt the status quo with such a landmark technology, e.g. Steve Jobs.
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