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  • Is 2015 the year for 're-enterprization of IT'?

    I came across an interesting prediction by Deloitte--2015 will be the year for the "re-enterprization of IT." If Deloitte's prediction holds true, IT teams around the world can breathe a collective sigh of relief.

Spotlight: 'Connected management' fueling strong growth in cellular M2M market

Fueled by the trend toward "connected management," the cellular machine-to-machine market is forecast by Berg Insights to increase at a 20.4 percent compound annual growth rate through 2019.

Steps to empower field workers with context-aware services

Context-aware services can leverage the mobile devices field service workers carry with them and the data that is generated by those devices and by other sources to improve their performance and better satisfy customers.

Microsoft's HoloLens: Not so mobile, but powerful smartglasses for the enterprise

Microsoft unveiled last week its HoloLens, a holographic headset and platform that offer the computing power that enterprises need to perform complex task requiring hands-free work and holographic images that can be combined with real images in exciting ways. Unfortunately, it's not all that mobile.

Infographic: Mobile payment is a top IT investment priority for one-third of banks

More than one-third of banking executives say that IT investment in mobile payments is the most important focus for them from a customer interface perspective, according to data cited in an infographic prepared by CDW.

4 ways BYOD is transforming business

Traditional business practices are being transformed by BYOD in four ways, writes Abby Perkins in an IT Pro Portal article.

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