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Mobile Policies

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 [...]
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 [...]
Nov 1 2013

Is BYOD Really a Requirement For a Successful Mobility Strategy?

Is BYOD Really a Requirement For a Successful Mobility Strategy? I can’t believe how quickly the time has passed over the last couple of weeks.  Let me start off by saying that the imagery associated with today’s missive is nothing more than a homage to my World Champion Boston Red Sox.  I, among many other people in Red Sox Nation are quite tired, having stayed [...]
Sep 24 2013

There’s a Device For That

There’s a Device For That It’s a truly gorgeous day today here in Boston.  In fact, I will argue that those who live in this area find the weather that we will have here the next couple of weeks the climactic reason we suffer through the bone chilling winters and sweltering summers.  I remember a time when we even had [...]
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 8 2013

Could Analytics Be a Threat To Enterprise Mobility?

Could Analytics Be a Threat To Enterprise Mobility? I just came back from a speaking engagement in California.  The main theme of the event was the empowerment of the workplace via mobile applications.  Needless to say, I was pretty excited about the topic. See, for all the talk about BYOD and enterprise mobility management, the “cool” part of enterprise mobility is when you [...]
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 29 2013

Could COPE Be The Betamax of Enterprise Mobility?

Could COPE Be The Betamax of Enterprise Mobility? I know it may hard to believe, but I assure you there was a time (right around the Mesozoic Era I believe) where audio and video was not served for your entertainment pleasure as a digital computer file.  In fact, there was a time where audio and video was distributed on this thing called “tape.”  [...]