Riding the Next Wave of Productivity


The revolution is spearheaded by workers who are investing their own resources to buy, learn, and use a broad range of popular consumer technologies and application tools to get things done in the workplace.

These consumer technologies and tools are bringing down the old artificial barriers around the workplace. At work and at home and everywhere in between, tech-savvy workers and consumers are using the same powerful, widely available tools and applications – from smartphones and iPads to social networks and instant messaging - to stay informed, connected and productive in their professional as well as their personal lives. Add to that the changing usage demands of an always-on environment with anytime/anywhere access fundamentally changing support and service requirements.

This “Consumer-Powered IT” trend is already turning traditional IT models on their head. It’s a powerful new way to work that, in our view at Unisys, will transform organizations over the next three to five years and usher in a new wave of business productivity. And yet most organizations are woefully unprepared to capitalize on this powerful movement.

A recent Unisys study, conducted by IDC, exposes a troubling gap between the activities and expectations of new generations of “iWorkers” and their employers’ readiness to manage, secure, and support this movement—and capitalize on it. Capitalizing on it means; boosting productivity with new ways of connecting and sharing, staying competitive as an innovative company and workplace, and delivering IT flexibly while managing security.

Younger iWorkers are not demanding change—they are driving it through consensus usage motivated by mobility and interconnectedness. While iWorkers are intimately familiar and facile with technology, they have little understanding of the security risks, management issues, and policy and governance implications that arise from mass introduction of consumer devices and applications into the workplace.

Organizations, meanwhile, are still largely operating in the standardized, command-and-control IT models of the past. Those models are very good at managing risks and costs, but they prevent the typical organization from navigating the swift waters of breakthrough thinking and innovation being unleashed by the fourth wave of productivity.   

To harness the full power of this new wave of productivity, organizations need to modernize their IT environments in order to:

Manage and support these popular consumer technologies;
Secure critical data and assets against hackers, viruses, identity thieves, and other widespread consumer IT threats; 
Offer the interactive “app” experiences that consumers are looking for when transacting with their suppliers;
Handle the expected four-fold increase in transaction load that these new interactive experiences will impose on the IT infrastructure;
Attract and retain the new generation of workers entering the workforce.
For organizations that embrace and capitalize on the wave of innovation being unleashed by this consumer-powered IT, the leverage is enormous - in terms of organizational flexibility, a more engaged and productive workforce, the ability to leapfrog established competitors, and, yes, even achieve cost avoidance.



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P - Productivity S - Speed R - Relevancy    
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 22,870 words. Language: English. Published on August 23, 2013. Category: Essay. 
How to Take Off Your Professional Career from an Average to Exceptional with the Hidden PSR in You. A Book By working CEO and Manager with Day to day and live Examples How to Fight with Global Recession. By Shekhar Gupta Surbhi Maheshwari
Published: Aug. 23, 2013 
Words: 22,870 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN9781301432448

psr Be an Aviator Not a Pilot 

is a story of Pilots in Aviation who are unable to cope. This is not a book to teach you how to get into an Aviation School or even how to live like a Pilot. In fact, it describes how one can become a Successfull Aviator not just an Airplane Driver [ So called Pilot ] with very small changes in life. Also Why abroad trained Pilots are better Aviator and Why FAA, CASA, CAAP, CAA are better civil Aviation Authority then DGCA.
by
Shekhar Gupta 
Ankisha Awasthi 
Be An Aviator not A Pilot     
Price: $1.99 USD. Approx. 4,750 words. Language: English. Published on July 24, 2013. Category: Fiction.  As A Fact Out Of Every 1000 Pilots Only 1 Pilot Becomes An Airline Pilot, The Book Is All About Those 999 Pilots Only.
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Pilot’s Career Guide  
Price: $20.00 USD. Approx. 25,040 words. Language: English. Published on July 13, 2013. Category: Nonfiction.  
International Airline Pilot’s Career Guide Learn Step By Step How to Become an International Airlines Pilot By Shekhar Gupta And Niriha Khajanchi
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Cabin Crew Career Guide


Published: Aug. 26, 2013 
Words: 2,160 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301001965

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