1210STR April 30, 2013, 30 pages, Mike West, Bruce Guptill, Bill McNee, Charlie Burns, Alex Bakker, $1295.00 (Single User License)
Recent Cloud-driven changes in services, technologies, and capabilities have shaped a radical and complete re-thinking of the roles, responsibilities, capabilities, and value of enterprise IT and Business organizations – mainly by vividly demonstrating new possibilities, new economies, new ways of doing business, and new businesses entirely.
This high-speed revolution of Cloud-enabled business and IT is both enabled by, and itself enables, a fundamental change in how companies of all types and sizes are structured, organized, and managed, which Saugatuck Technology calls the “Boundary-free Enterprise™” (BfE) – and which is the subject of the company’s latest research report, Saugatuck’s Boundary-free Enterprise™ Model: Concept, Impacts, and Guidance.
Available immediately via Saugatuck’s web site, this Strategic Research Report summarizes and presents key concepts of the BfE foundation, and includes re-examinations of previous foundational Saugatuck research to illustrate the model’s original, core assumptions and expectations. As with any reality-driven model, the BfE model is evolving, and will continue to be examined and expanded in upcoming research published for Saugatuck clients.
Readers of this report will learn the following:
- How is the BfE concept affecting real-world IT acquisition, cost, and usage?
- What are the five critical forces enabling and being accelerated by the BfE?
- How, where, and why is the BfE revolution changing what IT providers are building and bringing to market, along with their core value to buyers and users?
- What should IT buyers be doing to take advantage of this growing “boundary-free” reality, and how must it be managed to avoid chaos?