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Consumerization of Information Technology: Drivers, Benefits and Challenges for New Zealand Corporates

@inproceedings{Sen2012ConsumerizationOI,
  title={Consumerization of Information Technology: Drivers, Benefits and Challenges for New Zealand Corporates},
  author={Palash Kanti Sen},
  year={2012}
}
  • Palash Kanti Sen
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology, Business
  • Consumerization of Information Technology (IT) is a trend where people bring in personal technologies to work. This research reports on the state of this trend in corporate New Zealand (NZ) and concentrates on three areas, its drivers, benefits and challenges. In a qualitative approach, data was collected through interviews and a focus group discussion. The responses reveal that the corporate challenges of consumerization exceed the benefits, and not many complete and affordable solutions for… CONTINUE READING

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