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Aug 22 2014

BYOD vs COPE: Pick Your Poison

BYOD vs COPE: Pick Your Poison There have been countless blog posts, webinars, white papers and articles discussing the merits of implementing a BYOD strategy.  I for one have created my fair share of content with a (shockingly) contradictory opinion.  As many have pointed out, there was a court ruling earlier this week in the State of California that will force [...]
Jun 6 2014

The Enterprise Mobility Problem

The Enterprise Mobility Problem Apple upgraded itself on Monday, or so the papers say. They had their big yearly developer conference and announced a lot of interesting things. In some corners people cheered wildly, in other corners people booed and hissed, finding fault with every new feature, and then in the far corner, the enterprise folks just went about [...]
Mar 24 2014

The Next Imminent Threat of BYOD

The Next Imminent Threat of BYOD There are two truths in enterprise mobility – at least as far as I am concerned.  The first truth of enterprise mobility is that BYOD is an absolutely unstoppable force.  The second truth is that I will not stop complaining about BYOD until the world agrees with me.  Yes.  I am THAT stubborn. Sure, I [...]
Mar 12 2014

Can Someone Please Explain To Me The Real Value of Mobile Containerization?

Can Someone Please Explain To Me The Real Value of Mobile Containerization? Good G*d.  It’s been ages since I have written anything here.  Candidly, my professional and personal lives have been chaotic and are only going to get more so.  Oh well…this is what most people call good problems.  In any case, let me cut to the chase.  I want to talk today about mobile containerization.  While [...]
Feb 24 2014

Enterprise Mobility Has Become A Song By Queen

Enterprise Mobility Has Become A Song By Queen Another Mobile World Congress…another piece of big news in enterprise mobility.  In 2013, AirWatch announced an absolutely enormous “A” round of funding.  This morning, venerable EMM vendor Good announced that it had (finally) acquired its long time partner BoxTone.  I don’t need to spend any time talking about the merits of this deal, because my [...]
Jan 27 2014

If BYOD and Mobility Are Everywhere, Do They Matter?

If BYOD and Mobility Are Everywhere, Do They Matter? Hello from the frozen tundra of Boston.  Because I am shivering here, I will try to keep this brief and pithy.  So you all know that I have been on two primary kicks/themes for some time now.  The first is that I hate the term BYOD.  Actually, it’s not that I hate the term BYOD [...]
Jan 13 2014

My Un-Prediction for Enterprise Mobility in 2014

My Un-Prediction for Enterprise Mobility in 2014 Some might call me a creature of habit.  In one respect, I can see why.  Now, while I may not be as bad as Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory, I have been doing the exact same thing on the first business day of the new year for at least the past five years.  I [...]
Dec 13 2013

CoIT? No, it’s CoUX!

CoIT? No, it’s CoUX! It’s funny. Whenever I give a talk from stage, or talk to a few colleagues or even get asked for advice on strategy, it all revolves around the same cause. For some, it’s “we’re in this mess” while for others it’s “we have this great opportunity” and they always point to the same thing. It’s [...]
Nov 29 2013

Mobile Apps: Forget Supporting BYOD, Support User Experience

Mobile Apps: Forget Supporting BYOD, Support User Experience There is nothing better than an extra long weekend…the kind that is built around national holidays that always take place on Thursdays, which means that most people then take (today) Friday off as part of an extra long four day weekend. This extra pause gives me the opportunity (with some extra turkey comma) to think [...]
Nov 9 2013

When a Mobility Strategy Isn’t Strategic

When a Mobility Strategy Isn’t Strategic I’m taking a few moments away from packing for my trip to Europe to share with you some thoughts on something I witnessed on last week’s trip.  I was in Denver this past week to attend the BAI Retail conference.  For those of you who might not be familiar with the event, it’s the premier [...]