Consumerization Talks with Ken Dulaney, VP Gartner Research

“This is the fashion business, not the PC business … most of our clients today say if they were to have an auditor come in and audit them across all the technologies in use, that they would fail.”


The consumerization of IT will be the single most influential technology trend of this decade, says Gartner, and companies are already well aware of it as the wrestle with the growing influence of smartphones, tablets, social media, and on and on. And while this growth does bring risks, too many companies make the mistake of trying to stop all together the influx of consumer IT. What potential benefits can the consumerization of IT yield for your organization? Why is a strategic approach an imperative for attaining those benefits? And what risks will you have to contend with? Below is an excerpt of my recent conversation with Ken Dulaney, Vice President and distinguished analyst in Gartner Research. Ken answers these questions, and more importantly, reveals the solutions and best practices  to turn consumerization into a competitive advantage.

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