Jon William Toigo
Jon Toigo is CEO of Toigo Partners International, a user-facing technology analysis firm that is part technology consumer advocacy and part vendor watchdog. With over 30 years of IT experience, both as an internal business IT manager and as a consultant and service provider, Toigo brings a perspective on business technology that is sometimes contrarian but always fact-based. He has written 15 books on enterprise computing strategies and two thousand articles and columns in the computer trade press, including Computerworld, Network Computing, Scientific American, Washington Technology, Enterprise Systems, ESJ.com, SearchStorage, SNWOnline, Storage Magazine, Storage NL, Data Storage Connection, z/Journal, and Mainframe Executive. He operates a highly trafficked blog at DrunkenData.com. Since 1992, he has chaired the Data Management Institute and delivered training courses in data management, storage technology, disaster recovery planning and data security worldwide to more than 80,000 trainees. He is a much sought-after speaker whose mix of practical knowledge and edgy humor have earned him a reputation as an iconoclast of bleeding edge technologies. He has keynoted at Storage Networking World, Networld Interop, COMDEX, Storage World, IPExpo, Storage Networking World, Storage Decisions, ASCDI, and Storage Expo events, and has delivered presentations at international conferences staged by leading vendors, including IBM, HP, Dell, Sun Microsystems, Microsoft, Quantum, DataCore Software, and numerous systems integrators.
Jon William Toigo's Books
Office Automation 2.0
- Publication Date: May 18, 2016
- ISBN13: 978-1-4302-4530-8
- Price: $17.99
Drill down into the enterprise automation strategies and tactics appropriate to post-PC technologies such as virtual desktop infrastructure, mobile clients, and cloud services. This short book teaches that rollouts of the latest enterprise-class technologies cannot produce business value unless management ensures that the front office is trained to use them correctly, and that end-user practices and IT processes are dynamically and efficiently coupled in the organizational culture. Learn More …