Archive for the 'Enterprise Mobility' Category

Openness – The Key to Monetizing Mobile

Monday, January 21st, 2013

(Or Why I think 3P-Based Infrastructure and Value-Add Channels are Sexy) Over the past decade, rapid advancements in mobile technology and mobility in general, have changed how we live and how we do business.  It has changed us from an “on-demand” world to an “always connected” world.  No doubt, mobile is here to stay and [...]

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Privacy: Does it Scale

Friday, February 17th, 2012

  Well it sure has been a busy day on the Privacy front. However as I watch all of this, I can’t help but ponder if people really understand the magnitude of the problem the Web faces. Lets talk about “Scaling”. On a thermometer today would have Privacy scaling above boiling point. Something is going [...]

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Privacy is a Balance

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

  As I watch the news unfolding about Path (link) and the controversy over accessing my address book, I can’t but shake my head in amazement that people are still missing the point. It’s not that they accessed my data without my permission that’s the problem – it’s that I have no choice in what [...]

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Simplifying BYOD Support for Mobile Web Access

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Every business is different and for most, their mobile strategies are still being formed. The BYOD phenomenon is forcing IT and Compliance organizations to move quickly.  They must backfill the gaps associated with both cross-platform and personal vs. business mobile Web performance, privacy and personalization needs.   Typically, the first step to mobile enterprise support [...]

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Why is Privacy such a hard problem to solve?

Friday, January 6th, 2012

  Back in October I wrote a blog post titled “Privacy on the Internet is NOT “binary” Since then i’ve been giving Privacy a lot more thought. And so it seems has the IETF (The Internet Engineering Task Force) From the IETF draft document published, November 14, 2011… (link) [snip] The goal ( of this [...]

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Why Mobile apps don’t matter anymore – Part II

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

In my previous post “Why Mobile apps don’t matter anymore” I talked about why the number of Mobile apps doesn’t mean anything anymore. This blog adds one more item – Money Go to a VC today with a Mobile app and see if they’ll fund it? It better be one incredible CROSS platform Mobile app [...]

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Why Mobile apps don’t matter anymore

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

We all remember that famous quote “if you need a stylus for your tablet you’ve failed”. Well “if you need 500,000 apps for your phone you’ve failed”. Seriously think about it. People cannot deal with 100 apps let alone 500,000. 99% of the apps are merely features not apps. For example how many features are [...]

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Trends in Enterprise Mobility & The Cloud

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Here is a quick slide show from Channel Insider which highlights how technologies are changing the way we work.  Mobile and cloud technologies lead the charge in things to come – whether designed to reduce costs, attract new employees or solve specific business problems. Key stats from the presentation: 90% of surveyed enterprises will invest [...]

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