Rob Tiffany Named one of the Top 10 Mobility Influencers on Twitter You Can’t Afford to Miss

I'm honored to be among ten mobility influencers including mobile enterprise analysts, consultants & journalists whose Tweets you don’t want to miss. This distinguished list of colleagues includes: Benjamin Robbins, with 30,000 followers, tops our list as one of the few chosen for Top 50 Mobile Influencers on Twitter. The co-founder of Palador, a Seattle-based enterprise mobility... Continue Reading →

The Future of Enterprise Mobility – Live from the Mobile World Congress

Learn about the future of Enterprise Mobility from me, Benjamin Robbins: Principal at Palador, Vishy Gopalakrishna: VP at SAP, and Ben Smith: Head of Mobile Product at Tribal Labs. We're broadcasting live from Barcelona; the Mobile Capital of the World. https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/288/67769   Sharing my knowledge and helping others never stops, so connect with me on my blog... Continue Reading →

Mobile World Congress 2013 Takeaways

Mobile World Congress has wrapped up and most of us are back home after spending four days at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona. Between delivering presentations, walking miles of expo halls, and participating in dozens of meetings, the event is both exciting and tiring.  This conference used to be the sole domain of mobile operators, wireless equipment... Continue Reading →

Human Table Scan

HTS (Human Table Scan) Definition:  When an employee has to manually search an entire list or grid of data because the mobile app doesn't provide any filtering or search capabilities. You’re probably thinking the advent of the 'magnifying glass' icon put an end to the unproductive process of visually scanning and endlessly scrolling unfiltered lists of data in your mobile... Continue Reading →

Human Extract, Transform, and Load

HETL (Human Extract, Transform, and Load) Definition:  When an employee in the field captures data with a pen or pencil & paper, drives back to the office at the end of the workday, and manually transcribes the data into a back-end computer system. You're probably thinking this is an antiquated phenomenon that disappeared decades ago with the advent of... Continue Reading →

Building your BYOD Baseline: Trust

Let’s talk about trust. So far, my BYOD guidance has been to give your employees a lot of value without allowing their devices to access your internal corporate network.  Frankly, the ability to trust any mobile device inside the firewall is a hard sell for security folks.  The closest I’ve ever seen was encrypted Windows Mobile... Continue Reading →

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