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Mar 20 2013

The Key To A Successful Enterprise Mobility Strategy: Focus

The Key To A Successful Enterprise Mobility Strategy: Focus You know, it’s interesting.  So much talk these days around enterprise mobility and BYOD is all about preventing your employee base from doing “bad things.”  OK, it’s not really said that way.  The more diplomatic terminology is Information/Data Loss Prevention (DLP).  Regardless of whether you are an optimist or a cynic, it really does boil [...]
Dec 10 2012

2012 Enterprise Mobility Wish List

2012 Enterprise Mobility Wish List Last year, I created my first Enterprise Mobility Holiday Wish List. It wasn’t the typical, I want “this cool device” for the holidays list. It was a “please provide these products and services to the Enterprise so we can continue to push the boundaries on productivity and efficiency” list. This year I thought it would [...]
Oct 9 2012

Thinking About Enterprise Mobility? App-Solutely!

Thinking About Enterprise Mobility? App-Solutely! Hello from beautifully sunny San Diego where CTIA is holding its newly branded MobileCon event.  While today is the official kick-off of the event, I had the opportunity yesterday to attend the App-Solutely Enterprise event that was part of the pre-conference track.  This was the 2nd time my good friends at 151 Advisors held this [...]
Aug 7 2012

Inside Looking Out: An Executive View on Enterprise Mobility with Rob Greer

Inside Looking Out: An Executive View on Enterprise Mobility with Rob Greer The summer is passing all too quickly in the Northern Hemisphere, but welcome back to the latest edition of Inside Looking Out.  We had the opportunity to sit down last week with Rob Greer,Vice President, Product Management Enterprise Mobility for Symantec Corporation….you know, the folks (arguably) best known for their Norton AntiVirus product, and a [...]
Jul 30 2012

Internal Politics And Enterprise (Mobility) Management

Internal Politics And Enterprise (Mobility) Management It’s a funny space we work in, we who play in the world of enterprise mobility.  Mobility management has obviously come of age, as manifested in the increasing number of articles, press releases and conferences that have emerged over the past 12 months.  As a side note, people often ask me which events are on [...]
Jul 4 2012

Understanding What Is and Isn’t An Enterprise Mobility Strategy

Understanding What Is and Isn’t An Enterprise Mobility Strategy It’s a rainy day here in Boston as we get ready to celebrate America’s independence today.  I was talking to a friend yesterday about enterprise mobility (I know….shocking) and he touched upon mobile strategy.  That got me thinking about what strategy means…it’s a word that gets (mis)used so frequently, that I sometimes think we don’t [...]
Jun 12 2012

Could A Container Become Mobile Application Management 2.0?

Could A Container Become Mobile Application Management 2.0? OK, today’s missive is going to be rather theoretical and pensive…perhaps even more of a rhetorical question.  As the world of enterprise mobility continues to evolve at its frenetic pace, the conversations are shifting from one centered on mobile device management to one more centered on mobile application management (and ultimately to mobile information management [...]
May 15 2012

The Costco Approach To Enterprise Mobility

The Costco Approach To Enterprise Mobility Hello from not so beautiful and not so sunny Orlando…the land of Mickey and Minnie Mouse and way too many other theme parks…and conventions.  OK, enough with the crankiness.  I’m here (for the second time this month) attending SAP’s big SAPPHIRENOW event…and when I mean big, I mean real big.  I lost count at 10,000 [...]
May 2 2012

Some Thoughts From BlackBerry World 2012

Some Thoughts From BlackBerry World 2012 Hello from sunny Orlando.  I’ve been here with several thousand of my closest friends attending the much anticipated BlackBerry World as many mobile eyes wanted to catch a glimpse of the forthcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system.  How was the show you might ask?  What do I think of BB 10?  What was the reaction of [...]
Apr 26 2012

Mobile Only – What’s It Gonna Take?

Mobile Only – What’s It Gonna Take? Mobile Only: Week 8 What’s it going to take to not think of mobile devices as just an addition to the PC mind-set? How can we move to a more streamlined setup? This week I am taking a short break from examining collaboration to look at the latest Forrester research on mobile devices. According to [...]