My Top 7 IT Trends for 2014 from an end-user computing view

(Picture: http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8378/8358208394_63d8cc1a35_o.jpg by artisrams under creative commons) Usually I am just reading in several blog posts or articles about IT trends, but this year VMware asked to write some of my predictions – so here we go. Instead of writing about all IT trends I will try to focus on end-user computing and enterprise IT. Mobility … More My Top 7 IT Trends for 2014 from an end-user computing view

Paradigms & Models: Event experiences that made me think

Good guy, bad guy. Black and white. Extreme positions help people to articulate themselves better even if they know that those positions are something in between. This week I was able to attend a user conference in Berlin with lots of customer case studies. The thing I was surprised is that the speakers were too … More Paradigms & Models: Event experiences that made me think

Today’s Workspace Complexity: Product Vendor Technology Matrix for End-users – an attempt

In my last post I have explained a little bit about my view on “Convergence of IT technologies and enterprise business processes“. Today I’d like to dig a little bit deeper into vendor offerings in those areas, especially when it comes to the technology stack explained in my first post “Defining Desktop virtualization – a … More Today’s Workspace Complexity: Product Vendor Technology Matrix for End-users – an attempt