The Hub Commentary_
Social platforms in IT have actually been there, just as prevalent in the business. Most of us use a Wiki or some sort of shared collaboration and we update it with information as we come by it and correct information others have posted, etc. Most of us have been to Wikipedia at least once. The ability to manage massive amounts of data about devices in the work place becomes challenging as they become mobile, connected and disconnected through multiple forms of connections. Self service and social platforms are accepted forms of keeping many sources of the data up to date and accurate.
Think about it, most of us do not keep rolodexes any longer. We expect our friends and colleagues to update their own online cards with the most accurate data and we access it in real-time when we need it or capture it when they phone or email us next, why not with the assets and data in the work place?
Report says social platforms evolving as new source of business intelligence; cloud computing as driver of business growth
The future of information technology (IT) will be dominated by data, with social platforms evolving as a new source of business intelligence, and cloud computing delivering on IT’s role as a driver of business growth, according to a new report from Accenture. (Read Full Article…)