Tag Archives: End-User-Computing

Tips on How to Set up the Cloud Workspace

Sir Winston Churchill once said: “We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.” This is also true or even especially true for the workspace; in the age of the mobile workforce the focus is more on the design of the personal cloud-based … Continue reading

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BYOD = Bring-Your-Own-Device or Bring-Your-Own-Disaster? Part1

In my last blog about the evolution of End-User Computing I briefly touched on the “Consumerization of IT” challenge. In this blog I want to drill down into the Bring -Your-Own-Device (BYOD) part of Consumerization. IT usually does not like … Continue reading

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Technologies of End-User-Computing – Evolution to the sky

I’m an architect and so I spend the last 10 years to find out what my product managers want to have next to keep the product stable and changeable at the same time. So I will do that in this … Continue reading

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The evolution of End-User-Computing – Survival of the fittest

In the last 10 years I have worked in the End-User computing space in different Product Management leadership roles. I have the privilege to talk almost daily with customers about their End-User computing strategies and consult them with my oppinion … Continue reading

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