BYOD isn’t about cost reduction; it’s about responding to psychologically driven demands from end-users. Employees in today’s consumer-oriented culture expect to be able to “have it your way,” regardless of whether there is any financial benefit to the business.
Back in the 20th century, Big was a good thing. Economies of scale meant that Big could produce things faster and cheaper. Big used to mean stable, reliable, bulletproof, Indestructible. This is no longer the case.
Information overload reduces productivity. Here are some tips to reducing the “background noise” that inundates you on a daily basis