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Cloud, Mobile And Analytics Lessons From The IW 500
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WKash
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9/17/2013 | 12:26:45 PM
re: Cloud, Mobile And Analytics Lessons From The IW 500
I think the finding on tablets --A year ago, 38% of companies said that broader
deployment of tablets was one of the top ways they boosted productivity;
this year, it's just 30%-- squares with the fact that tablets look liberating for workers, but still remain much better at consuming, or updating information, than they are for executing much of the work most workers still have to do and which is easier to accomplish w/ a laptop or PC.
OtherJimDonahue
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OtherJimDonahue,
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9/11/2013 | 9:53:25 PM
re: Cloud, Mobile And Analytics Lessons From The IW 500
"Sixty percent of companies expect 2013 IT
spending to increase from 2012 levels, 28% said it would hold steady,
and just 12% said it would decline. Last year, 68% expected their IT
spending to increase."

That's interesting. I wonder of the 68% who expected IT spending to increase last year, how many really had an increase?
RobPreston
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9/9/2013 | 6:49:58 PM
re: Cloud, Mobile And Analytics Lessons From The IW 500
Only 42% of IW 500 companies (and these are the business technology leaders) have widely deployed mobile apps for customers. It's very surprising that percentage isn't much higher, for B2B companies as well as B2C. There needs to be a greater sense of urgency to go mobile.


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