Published on Jul 1, 2013 Cognizant SMAC Analyst Kevin Benedict interviews mobile expert Bob Egan from the Sepharim Group. In this interview we discuss cloud mobility and the role it will play in enterprise mobility and mobile strategies. http://youtu.be/lryjlndvOKk
Bob Egan talks with Cognizant’s Kevin Benedict about some of the things that Bob sees companies do, that causes their enterprise mobility projects to fail. The two most common fails? 1. Not engaging employees in the design of the solution. 2. Under-estimating the impact of the existing infrastructure. http://youtu.be/iq1mw77GOhI
Rumors are once again circulating that Nokia has a “For Sale” sign on it. The latest rumors are nothing new citing Huawei, Lenovo and Microsoft all as potential buyers. It was Nancy Gohring’s piece over at CITEworld that prompted me to offer up an opinion. Why would Microsoft buy Nokia’s cow when it’s getting the milk […]
Courtney Buchanan who writes for the Chief Mobility Officer Blog over at Visage Mobile writes about some of the new enterprise features that Apple announced ( Glossed over ) at WWDC. It’s a pretty complete list with some interesting commentary – take a look. iOS 7 is a major update for the enterprise. While much […]
If CIO’s don’t have a plan for mobile, they have a problem. A big one. This is true regardless of whether we are talking about how people use mobile devices at work, shop online or at retail stores, pay for goods and services or become more socially engaged. For CIO’s the question is, “Are you […]
Blackberry won’t be in the Black, but will its earnings give it a Black eye? Of course it may well be me who will get a black eye here… First let me say that I think that management has done a pretty good job at getting the company operationally under control, focused and […]
RIM (re)announced its BlackBerry Mobile Fusion offering today. The intent of the solution is to simplify (unify) the management of smartphones and tablets running BlackBerry®, Google® Android® and Apple® iOS® operating systems. While many enterprises are able benefiting from expense reductions because employees are bring their own devices to work (BYOD), these same companies face a […]
I said this back in May of 2001, and it remains very relevant today – perhaps more so.
RIM’s first Beavis and Butthead moment dates as far back as 2007 when it should have asked itself why it didn’t invent the iPhone.
This time we’ve asked ourselves: Is RIM Done? Analysts are of two distinct minds on Research in Motion (RIM) – one is that RIM is done, another – that current problems are temporary and that RIM stock is a screaming buy. RIM (NASDAQ:RIMM, MGI Index= 2,396) shares continue to be under pressure, while Apple, (NASDAQ:AAPL, MGI […]