Top 10 Things in IT That Are NOT Going to Happen in 2016

Posted by Rob Williams on Tue, Jan 05, 2016 @ 12:30 PM

There are so many articles out there on what’s going to happen in the coming year. We, at Oxford Networks, thought that we would offer a few helpful insights into what companies should NOT expect in 2016.

Here are the top 10 things that aren't going to happen in 2016:

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Topics: Cloud Computing, Mobility, Security

2016 IT Budget Predictions: Digital Business Explodes

Posted by Rob Williams on Tue, Dec 22, 2015 @ 12:30 PM

For companies preparing their budget priorities for 2016, it’s important to bear in mind that digital technologies are changing the way companies operate internally and with customers.

Every major tech research company is singing the praises of digital business. Forrester calls it “The Age of the Customer.” IDC calls it “3rd Platform Digital Transformation.” And Gartner simply calls it “Putting Digital Business to Work.”

Regardless of which research mogul you look at, the research trends in the same pattern when it comes to digital business.

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Topics: Cloud Computing, Mobility

Dawn of the Unified Communications Workforce

Posted by Rob Williams on Thu, Mar 26, 2015 @ 09:07 AM

Are you someone that uses three or more devices, works from multiple locations, and spends more time away from a true office setting than your very own living room?

If you answered yes to any one of these questions, you would qualify as an anytime, anywhere worker.

Gartner has used these aforementioned characteristics to classify the anytime, anywhere worker as we know it. Currently, 29% of the global workforce is defined as anytime, anywhere workers by Forrester, and that figure is climbing. 

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Topics: Mobility

Dawn of the Unified Communications Workforce

Posted by Rob Williams on Tue, Dec 02, 2014 @ 01:59 PM

Are you someone that uses three or more devices, works from multiple locations, and spends more time away from a true office setting than your very own living room?

If you answered yes to any one of these questions, you would qualify as an anytime, anywhere worker.

Gartner has used these aforementioned characteristics to classify the anytime, anywhere worker as we know it. Currently, 29% of the global workforce is defined as anytime, anywhere workers by Forrester, and that figure is climbing. 

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Topics: Mobility