Why FOMO Can Help Promote IT Adoption
The best IT tools in the world aren't worth very much if users don't implement them. That's why adoption is an essential consideration for organizations deploying digital workspace and collaboration solutions. At the CDW Enabling the Workforce SummIT, we talked to IT leaders from across the country in a variety of industries about how they approach this important challenge. One IT leader explained that establishing a successful small deployment with influential users can excite other workers about new tools. The fear of missing out — or FOMO — may be a useful force to drive adoption. Visit our CDW Enabling the Workforce SummIT landing page to view more articles and videos from the event.
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Brent Laufenberg, Chief Technology Officer, Rise Interactive
Matt Stratis, Project Manager, IAC
Joe Giannetti, Vice President of IT, Applied Systems
Brian Quill, Director of Retail IT and Operations, Under Armour
- For technologies to be effective, businesses need need workers to use them.
- The simpler the solution, the more likely that users will adopt it.
- User training is an important step in IT adoption.