Displaying articles for: 07-01-2012 - 07-07-2012
Consumerisation of IT (CoIT) has many implications affecting the business and the way that the business uses technology, but the most important implication is the change of role for the IT manager and the new skills they will need to develop and incorporate.
Lets first look at why,
IT departments are used to being prescriptive and precise, this culture has served them well as the data security implications of getting this wrong have deep impact on the business, so we are used to this function playing the command and control role. However, due to factors out of any of our control the stage is set for a momentous change and that is the CoIT phenomenon. This will directly impact on the IT Manger in a personal way. It directly affects the role of the IT manager and the whole IT department. To ignore this would put the organisation in a risky position.Read more...
This article will describe how a QFabric deal in Belgium by Securelink was secured. You will see who was the competition and what we think where the weaknesses and strengths of them.Read more...
I love meeting and hearing from customers, their stories always bring to life Juniper Networks’ products and solutions adding that human element, aiding further understanding of what we are capable of achieving. On Wednesday I heard from a QFabric customer; Francky Deleu, ICT Manager at Jan Yperman Hospital. He started his presentation at Juniper’s PoC Lab (Proof of Concept) by stating that Jan Yperman Hospital is entering into a new LAN era. A thought provoking presentation title that led the audience to delve into a very sophisticated hospital network.Read more...