Recent trends in IT management call for a radically different approach to dealing with how companies deploy, maintain, and scale technology investments. A philosophical shift is taking place in the way organizations and individuals think about technology. The fixed technology infrastructure, limited compatibilities, ongoing system maintenance, thick user manuals, and strict usage policies are losing grip as technology is becoming more accessible and affordable than ever before. The consumerization of IT presents a major challenge to organizations as individuals are bringing their own iPads, iPhones, and Android devices into the workplace (The BYOD phenomenon). In addition, SaaS and cloud-service providers are making the provisioning of IT services so easy and accessible that the users often bypass IT to gain access to the productivity tools they need (or at least, think they need).