Special Reports are collections of Research Notes that address a particular topic or issue our clients are facing. Aragon’s special reports for 2012 include:
Tablets in the Enterprise – Link
Tablets have emerged as one of the hottest and most sought-after mobile technologies. We are just at the beginning of an era in which tablets and other mobile devices will permeate the consumer business markets. Log in to read Aragon’s extensive report on this second revolution in office automation.
The Rise of Cloud Content Management – Link
Aragon Research has a new Special Report that dissects the rapid rise of content in the cloud. Cloud content management has already grown up and moved beyond file sharing. Its expanding role and exploding use is catching enterprises off guard and it is often leaving critical content exposed In ways that can be avoided.
The Social Enterprise – Link
Aragon’s new Special Report overviews the shift towards a social enterprise. Five different research notes explain how to leverage this emerging shift. (Log in to read them.)
Apple Moves into the Enterprise – Link
Apple has been a longstanding participant in the enterprise, mainly in marketing and graphics departments, but outside the mainstream IT organization. However, since the iPhone arrived in 2007,it has become an accepted part of most procurement lists. More recently, a surge of interest in iPad devices has made this Apple product the leading tablet in the enterprise.
While many iPhones and iPads have been bought by businesses, individual workers increasingly bring their own Macs, iPhones and iPads into the workplace, changing the dynamics of enterprise computing and forcing IT organizations to confront their challenges and fears. This Aragon Special Report will help debunk some myths and provide guidance for integrating Macs into the business computing mix.
Confronting BYOD – Link
Aragon Research confronts one of the hottest issues today, BYOD (bring your own device). The impact of BYOD will affect every enterprise; most organizations are already coping with it in some way, or developing plans to do so. There is no stopping employees from bringing their own devices to work, connecting and getting work done – especially when their workplace is on the road or in their home. Although it is essential that enterprises address the management, cost and security issues of BYOD, taking a stance of enabling the workforce to bring its own tools can deliver agility and productivity. These four research notes can help you get ahead of this emerging trend. (Log in to read them.)
Hot Vendors for 2012 – Link
Aragon Research introduces our Hot Vendor Special Report for 2012.
In every market, there are always vendors with compelling products, offerings or both, who are not yet on the enterprise radar. This may be because they are new, or small, or just don’t yet have market visibility. Aragon is constantly on the lookout for vendors that provide our clients with helpful solutions. These four Research Notes cover 18 of them. (Log in to read them.)