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Tags: android, BYOD, Consumerization, Consumerization of IT, Device, Enterprise, Mobile, Mobility, smart devices, technology
Tags: Andorid, android, Apple, Application Development, BYOD, BYOD Policy, BYOS, Consumerization of IT, DEAP, Device, Enterprise Mobility
HP Discover is hitting up Vegas again this year, and our mobile presence is going to be bigger than ever. I’ve been doing this mobile thing for a few years now and I have to say this is the most exciting line-up I’ve seen yet! Whether you are coming to see the latest hardware we have to offer or finding insights to the latest in software and services, you won’t be disappointed when it comes to our mobile offerings.
Tags: android, Application Development, BYOD, Consumerization, Consumerization of IT, Device, Enterprise, HTML5, Mobile Applications, Mobile Apps, Mobile Phones, Mobility, Open Source, Tablet, Tablets
I was looking for writing inspiration recently and came across “A Pep Talk” by Kid President. Don’t ask me to explain. You’ll have to watch the video, like the 28-million-plus other viewers. Kid hits upon the famous Robert Frost poem, “The Road Not Taken” and he reports that the road less traveled “hurts, man.” He would much rather take what he calls “the road to awesome.”
Tags: android, Application Development, BYOD, Consumerization, Consumerization of IT, Device, Enterprise, Enyo, HTML5, Mobile, Mobile Applications, Mobile Apps, Mobile Phones, Mobility, Open Source, PhoneGap, SmartPhone, Tablet, Tablets
Real men don’t eat quiche. Don’t they? It took the quiche industry years to recover from those 5 little words. Our society constantly pits people/places/things against each other and HTML5 v Native is no different. Can’t we all just get along and realize that there is a time and place for everything. I for one, truly enjoy a nice quiche Lorraine after my Saturday morning hike right before I go for a nice glass of Pinot Noir (notice it’s Pinot Noir, not Grigio, as real men cannot eat quiche and drink Pinot Grigio in the same day, that’s just a known fact). It’s time people realize that you don’t have to choose one camp over the other, there is a time and a place for HTML5 and a time and place for Native development, don’t let anyone tell you differently.
Tags: android, Application Development, BYOD, BYOD Policy, Consumerization of IT, Device, Enterprise, HTML5, John Stewart, Michael Moss, Mike Jennett, Mobile, Mobile Applications, Mobile Apps, Mobile Phones, Mobility, NY Times, Security, Standards, Tablet, Tablets, technology
I was just listening to John Stewart interview NY Times writer Michael Moss about his new book Salt Sugar fat and he said something that struck a chord with me. He was talking about the science of creating food and something called the “Bliss factor.” That perfect balance that will ensure that the products are a smash hit with consumers. That’s where I want to go with BYOD policy, I’ve been searching for that perfect mix of hardware, software and education that will protect my IP yet give my consumers that rush they get when eating a Twinkie. OK, I know it’s a bit of flight-o-fancy to think that a BYOD policy can compare to a Twinkie (they are coming back!), but why not, why not venture out on that quest, at least for a little bit.
Tags: Application Development, BYOD, Consumerization of IT, Device, Enterprise, HP Discover, Mobile, Mobile Applications, Mobile Apps, Mobile Phones, Mobility, Open Source, Tablet, Tablets
Heading out to Day 2 of HP Discover. Had a great first day with lots of good topics and the energy is amazing. Lots going on in the Mobility space here this week and have heard some really interesting questions from customers. Heading out for my panel in just a little bit: Empowering the mobile workforce: BYOD and beyond. Have a good crowd scheduled and hoping to have a really interactive session. If you are at HP Discover and don’t have your mobile app, get it here!
Tags: android, Application Development, BYOD, CIO, Consumerization of IT, Device, HTML5, Mobile, Mobile Applications, Mobility, Open Source, open source platform, smart devices, Society, Standards, technology
When I was a kid, there was one morning in my house that held all the anticipation of Christmas but was on a school day. Once a year my parents would go to my brother’s yearly school fund raiser silent auction. They would return well past my bedtime and I would wake early in the morning in anticipation of what great item they had brought home for me or the family. Often it was a giant stuffed animal or a big box of chocolates, but there is one year that I will never forget. I woke to my mom telling me they had brought home a video player. I was so excited as this was the latest and greatest technology of the time and I couldn’t wait to have friends over to watch movies at home rather than the theater. This euphoria wore off rather quickly though when my mom showed me the big Sony Betamax box sitting in the kitchen. At this point it was already well known that Betamax had lost the consumer video wars to the open VHS platform and I was now sure to be the laughing stock of all my friends. I recovered from that day (eventually got a VHS), but the lesson of open platforms never left me.
Tags: Application Development, BYOD, Consumerization, Consumerization of IT, DEAP, Desktop, Device, Device Enterprise Application Platform, Enterprise, HTML5, Internet, MEAP, Mobile, Mobile Applications, Mobile Apps, Mobile Enterprise Application Platform, Mobile Phones, Mobility, Open Source, smart devices, SmartPhone, Tablet, Tablets, technology
I just finished reading yet another article telling me that this is the year of MEAP (Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms) and how the enterprise and developers need to get onboard or be left behind. Now don’t get me wrong, MEAPs are a huge part of the mobility revolution and they are an important aspect of the current deployment of mobile apps within the enterprise. However, I’m really seeing a convergence of the mobility platform with the rest of the enterprise and I am seeing this within our own enterprise today. Every day I get to work with some of the smartest people in the room and they are actively looking for ways to not only join in on but also shape the future of the revolution.
Tags: BYOD, Consumerization of IT, Enterprise, Internet, Mobile Applications, Mobile Apps, Mobile Phones, Mobility, Privacy, Security, SmartPhone, Standards
We talk so much lately about the consumerization of IT and the BYOD trend which is blurring the lines between company and personal use of devices but are employees ready to take that to the next level by bringing their own computers to work? Over the years, I’ve known a number of developers who work with Mac based systems that would fight tooth and nail to get them allowed into our PC based world, but have always known that the majority of people I worked with had their company computer and then their personal computer and never the twain shall meet. It’s not that these people had nefarious data on their personal computers, it just that they were “personal.”
There are many who are looking to change this trend, with Microsoft leading the way. In his recent blog post, Managing “BYO” PCs in the enterprise (including WOA), Steven Sinofsky, President of the Windows and Windows Live division, said: “Our focus has been on how we can continue to deliver PCs and software that users need, like applications and data-access on any device, with enough IT control to assert that the device is trustworthy, while avoiding any compromise of the user’s privacy on their personal device.” The key here is that Microsoft is trying to offer the best of both worlds where employees can have their own personal computers, but connect them up to the networks in a fashion that is acceptable by IT organizations. However, even though this technology will be available, and it may even placate the IT side of things, the question remains as to whether or not this is something that employees will embrace.