Tag: Apple

By October 10, 2014 18 Comments Read More →

BlackBerry’s New Passport is Cool and Sexy. Is This The Beginning of a ComeBack?

BlackBerry’s new Passport is eye-catching. Women call it “sexy.” Men say it’s “cool.” And once they use it, iPhone owners apologetically concede that they “only have an iPhone.” But does that mean BlackBerry is poised to regain a dominant share of the mass handset market? Hold that thought. I’ll come back to answer that question […]

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By August 7, 2014 3 Comments Read More →

BYOD As We Know It Is Dead

“Cell phones” at work are not new. Nor are smart phones. Many credit Blackberry for inventing the concept, but few would argue that Apple with its iPhone, more than other device created this explosive phenomena called BYOD – Bring Your Own Device to work. Most of what BYOD seems to represent so far is an […]

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By September 5, 2013 8 Comments Read More →

Microsoft Buys Nokia: What Happens Next Matters Most

  Does Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia really mean a serious competitor to Google’s Android and Apple in the Mobile game? So you’ve been reading the headlines over the last few days, there are the optimists and the pessimists among you on whether or not Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia will bring a serious contender into the […]

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By June 20, 2013 4 Comments Read More →

Microsoft and Nokia: Should Kissing Cousins Marry?

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 […]

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 April 25, 2013 32 Comments Read More →

Investing in Mobile? 6 Tips for CIO’s

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 […]

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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 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 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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