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By June 19, 2013 2 Comments Read More →

Podcast: The Landscape of Enterprise Mobility Management – Staying Ahead of The Curve

From a brief overview of what set off the MDM mobile mania, through the issues of digital exhaust, the future of trusted identities and asking ourselves if the promise of ubiquitous network will ever arrive, this is a podcast you just don’t want to miss! The Landscape of Enterprise Mobility Management – Staying Ahead of […]

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By June 13, 2013 32 Comments Read More →

7 Questions About The Enterprise Impact of iOS 7?

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 […]

By March 28, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

BlackBerry In The Black, or Black Eye?

  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 […]

By September 20, 2012 0 Comments Read More →

Nokia Maps Put Consumers at Ease, Unlike Google or Apple

People don’t remember phone #’s, because they don’t have to. People don’t need to worry about spelling, because they don’t have to. People don’t need to know how to get from one place to another, because they don’t need to – or shouldn’t need to. Amid a rash of criticism of Apple’s new mapping system […]

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By December 8, 2011 0 Comments Read More →

Amazon vs Retailers: No Christmas Cheer

Amazon is running a 24 hour trial this weekend (12/10) that has retailers upset. The trial uses the Amazon application “Price Check” and offers a $5 discount based off the Amazon Price as an incentive for consumers to share in-store advertised prices with them. At issue is how many consumers will choose to purchase steer their […]

By November 30, 2011 0 Comments Read More →

RIM To Manage Apple and Google Devices

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 […]

By September 19, 2011 0 Comments Read More →

Is The Market Ready for the Google Wallet?

Google isn’t quite ready, so its hard to imagine consumers making seismic changes in their shopping behaviors any time soon. Nor is the technology widely available yet to consumers. But the time is right for Google because its first mover advantage will likely reap benefits in the longer term. Sepharim was cited in this mashable.com […]

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By September 15, 2011 0 Comments Read More →

What Can RIM Improve Blackberry?

I think this is a very fair and accurate editorial on Blackberry products. Its actually a pleasure to see someone write about Blackberry without an axe to grind and just sort out the facts. Good work Chris Ziegler. Amplify’d from thisismynext.com Editorial: How RIM can improve BlackBerry right now Sort out Gmail and IMAP. Seriously. […]

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By August 17, 2011 2 Comments Read More →

Google Buys Motorola Mobility: Don’t Let The Smoke Get In Your Eyes

There has been a lot of focus and fuss over the value and cost of the patents involved in the Google/Motorola transaction. While Google’s Android market share growth is on a fast track, so are the lawsuits over patent violations, the complaints about platform fragmentation and interest about how the company will drive profits because […]

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By August 4, 2011 0 Comments Read More →

By 2012, Mobile in-App purchasing will be the next big thing

interesting article by gigaom.com – worth a read.

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