January 7, 2013 – With increasing crossover between business and consumer tech, CIOs should keep an eye on the new gadgets coming out  at the 2013 International CES, the annual consumer electronics gala that kicks off Tuesday in Las Vegas. But a trio of independent analysts don’t expect consumer device and application vendors to bend over backward for enterprise IT and CIOs. 

Last year’s event caused ripples in the “trickle-up” power of consumer IT into business intelligence, as well as impressions on enterprise possibilities with hardcore presentations. Ahead of this year’s CES event, which includes conference tracks on BYOD, enterprise-side analysts from Saugatuck Technology, Aberdeen and Forrester Researchedshared with Information Management some overarching themes that CIOs and IT leaders can take from the consumer event.

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