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May 4 2010

Inside Looking Out: An Executive View on Enterprise Mobility With Mort Rosenthal

Inside Looking Out: An Executive View on Enterprise Mobility With Mort Rosenthal Welcome to the latest edition of Inside Looking Out.  I recently had the chance to sit down with Mort Rosenthal, President and CEO of Enterprise Mobile, a Boston-based company that provides mobility implementation and outsourcing services. I’ve known Mort for quite some time now.  I love his no-nonsense style…he’s a very straight shooter…and when he [...]
Apr 5 2010

BlackBerry Push Ups the Ante in App War with Enterprise Implications

BlackBerry Push Ups the Ante in App War with Enterprise Implications With the ever-intensifying app war out in the smartphone marketplace, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion has upped the ante by offering a new push service for BlackBerry software developers to enable rapid delivery of application-content to BlackBerry smartphones. It’s no secret that RIM has a market leading user experience for mobile push email, underpinned by it’s “ground-up for wireless” [...]
Mar 24 2010

Crack and Enterprise Mobility Just Don’t Mix – Part V

Crack and Enterprise Mobility Just Don’t Mix – Part V Please note, the original title of this post was going to be “Should Windows Phone Learn From Android?” but I chose otherwise  The Interweb has a fascinating article today on News.com penned by Matt Asay on the topic of how Microsoft should learn from Google and the Android community in terms of how to make Windows Phone [...]
Mar 17 2010

“Pushing” Forward with Windows Phone 7 Series

“Pushing” Forward with Windows Phone 7 Series Microsoft Corporation is hosting this week its MIX conference in Las Vegas, the annual event geared towards web designers and developers.  This year’s event is highly anticipated for two reasons: 1) the company is showing off an early version of the Internet Explorer 9 browser (as part of the Browser Wars 2.0) and 2) it [...]
Mar 1 2010

More Thoughts On Windows Phone 7 Series in The Enterprise

More Thoughts On Windows Phone 7 Series in The Enterprise I start today’s entry thinking of Samuel Clemens, a.k.a. Mark Twain with his famous quote: “Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated.”  Almost two weeks with not a peep or barely a tweet from me.  Even on vacation, this would never happen.  Heck, when I was horribly ill at the end of last year, [...]
Feb 15 2010

Windows Phone 7 Series: The Enterprise Mobility Perspective

Windows Phone 7 Series: The Enterprise Mobility Perspective Today has been one heck of a busy day.  If you read this blog, you know that today, Microsoft officially announced Windows Phone 7 Series (gotta love Redmondian branding), its brand new mobile platform geared to getting it back “in the game” and more aggressively compete with the likes of Apple, Google and Palm. The [...]
Jan 18 2010

Windows Mobile Is Dead! Long Live Windows Mobile!

Windows Mobile Is Dead! Long Live Windows Mobile! I know, I know…a HUGELY inflammatory title for a blog post, but forgive me.  Living in Massachusetts, I have been bombarded for the last 4 days by calls and advertisements for the senatorial election that will decide who will take over the seat that Ted Kennedy held for so long.  I am sick and tired [...]
Dec 14 2009

Is Windows Mobile 7 Delayed Another Year?

Is Windows Mobile 7 Delayed Another Year? There was some pretty interesting news coming across the web today.  As originally reported by Windows Mobile Poweruser and MSMobiles.com, Microsoft UK head of mobility Phil Moore is quoted as saying that we won’t see Windows Mobile 7 until Q4 2010.  Ugh. This is clearly not a good thing for the Windows Mobile ecosystem, but [...]
Oct 28 2009

Is Windows Mobile 6.5 The Vista of Mobility?

Is Windows Mobile 6.5 The Vista of Mobility? As you might know, Windows Mobile 6.5, the latest incarnation of Microsoft maligned mobile operating system was officially released, along with a bevvy of new Windows Phones at CTIA a couple of weeks ago in San Diego.  You know, the place I was going to when my plane ran out of gas…not that I am bitter [...]
Oct 20 2009

Inside Looking Out: An Executive View on Enterprise Mobility with Sandeep Bhanote

Inside Looking Out: An Executive View on Enterprise Mobility with Sandeep Bhanote Welcome to the latest edition of Inside Looking Out. This past week, I spoke with Sandeep Bhanote. Sandeep is CEO at Global Bay Global Bay has been developing mobile applications since 2002, so they definitely understand the realities and opportunities of the space. While I have known of Global Bay for quite some time, I [...]