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Dec 8 2011

The Cure For The BYOD Blues?

The Cure For The BYOD Blues? Just under 15,000.  That’s the number of miles United Airlines tells me I have traveled in the last 2 1/2 weeks.  Not the best excuse, but really the only one I have for not having shared any missives with you on a regular basis during this time period.  Miracle of miracles, I am not traveling [...]
Sep 13 2011

He Who Laughs Last (In Enterprise Mobility) Laughs Best

He Who Laughs Last (In Enterprise Mobility) Laughs Best I’m a big history buff.  See, the reason being because I believe that we simply don’t know how to learn from our past…even though the past always seems to repeat itself.  One of my favorite examples is how the Cloud is nothing we haven’t seen with mainframes and dumb terminals some 20-30 years ago.  Here’s [...]
Aug 17 2011

(Enterprise) Mobility: It’s About Playing Chess, Not Checkers

(Enterprise) Mobility: It’s About Playing Chess, Not Checkers It’s only Wednesday morning and it’s already been a crazy week.  Like many of you (I would assume), I spent the better part of Monday digesting the news regarding Google announcing its intention to buy Motorola.  Since the news came out, I can’t tell you how many people have called or emailed me to ask [...]
Aug 15 2011

Holy Buyout Batman! Google Acquires Motorola Mobility: The Enterprise Mobility Perspective

Holy Buyout Batman! Google Acquires Motorola Mobility: The Enterprise Mobility Perspective What better way to start the day than by firing up your computer and the first thing you see is a major shake up in the mobility space.  Google has decided to buy Motorola Mobility Holdings for $40 per share, or 12.5 (insert Doctor Evil tone) BILLION dollars.  That’s only a 60% premium on Friday’s [...]
Jul 12 2011

How Patent Law Could Radically Change The Mobile Landscape

How Patent Law Could Radically Change The Mobile Landscape Since yesterday, I have been biting my tongue a bit….trying my best to not comment on something that occurred yesterday.  Unfortunately, it’s been nagging so much that I just can’t stop myself from writing this missive.  I’ve been trying to hold off because it’s not 100% DIRECTLY related to enterprise mobility and how organizations should [...]
Nov 10 2010

My New Handset: A Tough Decision? Not Really…

My New Handset: A Tough Decision? Not Really… In my last column, I mentioned the fact that I was shopping for a new handset, and, at last, that process is now complete. Now, as I work in the mobility field, I don’t go all ga-ga over new toys. Well, OK, I do, for a couple of days, anyway, but truth be told I [...]
Oct 5 2010

The Enterprise Mobility Policy Guidebook: October 2010 Edition

The Enterprise Mobility Policy Guidebook: October 2010 Edition Research shows that over 90% of organizations now have employees using smartphones within their work environments. Depending on the size of the organization, this can cover tens of thousands of individuals. However, enterprise mobility management can be a daunting task for organizations. The first step in managing mobility is to have a mobility policy. Other [...]
Sep 7 2010

Is Mobility The OS Or The Hardware?

Is Mobility The OS Or The Hardware? Ah, the day back after a long weekend.  It was a great time here in Boston during the Labor Day celebration.  I even had my best round of golf ever yesterday….but it’s now time to get back to enterprise mobility.  Last night, I found this interesting article at Information Week that asked the question of [...]
May 24 2010

Android Fragmentation: What It Means For You, Dear IT Manager

Android Fragmentation: What It Means For You, Dear IT Manager Android.  The Wunderkind mobile operating system from your friends at Google.  So pretty, so powerful and so popular that it is now purportedly outselling the iPhone in the United States.  Around the world, Google tells us there are approximately 100,000 Android devices being activateddaily.  The best part of this story is of course that Google offers [...]
Apr 19 2010

Making The Case For HTC Buying Palm: The Enterprise Mobility Perspective

Making The Case For HTC Buying Palm: The Enterprise Mobility Perspective Today is a holiday here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  It’s Patriots’ Day – the day that commemorates the beginning of the American Revolutionary War.  It’s a special day here in Boston also because the world’s elite runners (those who could actually avoid the volcanic eruption in Iceland) have descended onto our fair city to [...]