The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is the big tech news this week. As usual, the focus in most media and analyst coverage has been on the latest end-user gadgets, with a side interest in how Microsoft, Google, and others are planning to enable and support those.
There’s been relatively little coverage and insight regarding how what we see at CES will affect enterprise IT, IT markets, and IT providers. Saugatuck believes that the well-established consumerization of IT trend over the past years means that the trends and vision of what’s considered impactful at CES will affect enterprise IT markets within the next 24 months. In short, core CES trends, especially as regards usage of technologies – not specific gadgets, not specific vendors – are a leading indicator of enterprise IT and business change. Why is it Happening?
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