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Mobile Security

Nov 22 2013

Driving To Consensus On Enterprise Mobility Management – Are We There Yet? Are We There Yet?

Driving To Consensus On Enterprise Mobility Management – Are We There Yet? Are We There Yet? I found myself spending a surprisingly considerable amount of time this past week discussing on the Twittersphere the concept of Enterprise Mobility Management  You know, I must admit to you that I find it curious.  Enterprise Mobility Management is a concept that has been around since at least 2006.  One would think that a topic [...]
Oct 16 2013

Finally! A Valid Reason To Consider Containerization

Finally! A Valid Reason To Consider Containerization So the “Where In The World is Philippe Winthrop?” game has taken a very brief pause.  I’ve been home a whopping – wait for it – SIX days!  During that time, I have had the opportunity to watch some amazing Boston sports wins.  Literally, as we speak, I am watching the Boston Red Sox play [...]
Sep 17 2013

Mobile Security: How Do You Manage Your Mobile Risk?

Mobile Security: How Do You Manage Your Mobile Risk? Two trips in two weeks that take me to the West Coast.  Sure, it’s nice to be in gorgeous San Diego, but it certainly makes for long days.  Actually, I should mention that also having the opportunity to play a PGA caliber golf course is quite fun.  In any case, I am here in San [...]
Aug 7 2013

Knowledge Workers

Knowledge Workers The best part of being back from vacation is catching up with people. Your mind has had a chance to rest and hopefully put your work aside (it’s good to not look at emails for a week) and you come back refreshed and raring to go. One of the conversations I had last week was [...]
Jul 30 2013

My Mel Brooks Enterprise Mobility Moment

My Mel Brooks Enterprise Mobility Moment Growing up, my dad introduced me at a young age to the comedic genius of Mel Brooks. I think it started in 1981 with “History of The World, Part I.” I’ll never forget the great scene where the actors start singing “The Inquisition” or in the final credits where there’s the “preview” for “History of [...]
Jul 23 2013

The Mistrust In Enterprise Mobility

The Mistrust In Enterprise Mobility Hello.  Remember me?  I’m the crazy enterprise mobility enthusiast who used to have the time to write semi-witty (and hopefully semi-intelligent) missives on this site.  And then life kind of went haywire for me over the last 30 days.  In any case, I’m back (I hope).  In one respect, I look at this unintentional hiatus [...]
Jun 17 2013

Dual Persona: The Ideal COPE Enabler?

Dual Persona: The Ideal COPE Enabler? Late last week, I briefly caught two unrelated conversations on Twitter regarding the deficiencies of BYOD, dual persona, and COPE – three of the top issues being discussed these days in the enterprise mobility universe.  We all know where I stand on BYOD, and I have shared some thoughts in the past regarding my mixed [...]
May 23 2013

The Challenge of Misnomers in Enterprise Mobility

The Challenge of Misnomers in Enterprise Mobility I just came back from Vegas.  This was my first trip since the birth of my daughter, so I had almost forgotten the joys of dealing with airport delays and incredibly long days full of meetings.  Good times!  In any case, I wanted to share with you something that happened during the CTIA conference this [...]
May 15 2013

The First Step To “Mobile First”

The First Step To “Mobile First” As I’m sure many of you did, I watched yesterday with great interest the streaming video feed from SAPPHIRE Now, SAP’s annual conference.  Of particular interest was the “SAP Mobile Press Conference” that was led by SAP’s Sanjay Poonen.  After Sanjay made his formal remarks, he invited some partners and customers to join him in [...]
Apr 16 2013

Facebook Home And What Han Solo Can Teach You About Your BYOA Mobility Policy

Facebook Home And What Han Solo Can Teach You About Your BYOA Mobility Policy I am admittedly a little late in the game in writing this missive, but I put the blame squarely on the newest addition to the Winthrop Clan who has now made sleep a privilege and not a right for me.  Watch out world, in a decade (or two), you’ll hopefully hear from yet another rabid [...]