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End-user computing tech ROI comes in many different forms
The business side of organizations is quick to look for monetary benefits when implementing a new technology. But end-user computing tools don't always rake in big bucks. Instead, EUC tech ROI comes from increased productivity among employees and simpler management and maintenance for IT administrators. This month's cover story dig into the ROI businesses can get from these technologies and how to measure it.
In columns this month, experts look at the reasons to move to Windows 10 and how edge computing has evolved due to mobile advancements. The Deep Dive digs into application layering, a technology that sounds simple enough but has many different ways to approach it. And the Device Spotlight shines on the Samsung Galaxy S8, the company's effort to put the troubled Note 7 in the rearview mirror. Plus, IT professionals share their tips for attending the top conferences this summer.
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Features in this issue
A foster care contractor needed to improve the way employees report incidents to the state. Enter Capriza, which built a custom mobile app from the nonprofit's legacy software.
Samsung's newest flagship smartphone has enterprise appeal, but it may not be remarkable enough to overcome last year's exploding phone controversy.
App layering can take a lot of the burden of application management off IT admins by allowing them to layer apps on top of the operating system.
Four IT pros offer up their advice on the best IT conferences to attend this summer, including smaller gatherings with better networking opportunities.
News in this issue
Evaluating the ROI of technologies such as EMM and VDI is not as straightforward as one might think. Businesses must forget about cost savings and consider other factors.
Columns in this issue
The clock is ticking on Windows 7, so it's time to move to Windows 10. Microsoft's latest OS includes MDM APIs, Windows Hello and better endpoint control with Intune.
The shift toward edge computing is happening in organizations everywhere, and mobility is at the center of the evolution. IT shops can take advantage of life on the edge.