Rob Tiffany

Tag Archive: Cloud

Top IoT Website

ROBTIFFANY.COM Named in the Top 100 Websites for IoT Industry Professionals

Thrilled to see robtiffany.com included in this distinguished group of the world’s top Internet of Things companies, news sites and individual IoT influencers and luminaries like Rob van Kranenburg, Peggy Smedley, Stacey Higginbotham and Scott Amyx.

fog

The Cloud is Dead, Long Live the Edge

We interrupt your regularly scheduled migration to the cloud to bring you a much more important megatrend called the Internet of Things.

Orlando

It’s Time to Dump your 1990s App Authentication

Migrate Win32 applications secured by client/server database logins to mobile apps that use OAuth & enterprise cloud directories for authentication instead.

Chicago

Reduce Business Risk by Deploying EMM Solutions with Conditional Access Capabilities

EMM solutions that deliver conditional access to desired services like email, storage and cloud services motivate BYOD users to enroll.

Minneapolis

Reduce Business Risk by Using Employee Smartphones and Multi-factor Authentication to Secure Corporate Resources

The perception that employee smartphones are a security liability is misplaced. They’re a multi-factor authentication security asset.

Industry Analysts

Rob Tiffany Named Among Top 30 Technology Influencers in Major Report

I’m thrilled to be included in this group of technology influencers and luminaries like Werner Vogels, Steve Wozniak and Mark Russinovich.

RobKevinDigital

Digital Transformation Expert Interview

Kevin Benedict from Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work interviews Rob Tiffany on where Digital Transformation is taking the business world.

Improve User Productivity by Utilizing Cloud Services to Better Serve Mobile Employees

Mobile employees working around the world are best served by globally distributed cloud services + replicated data with low network latency.

San Francisco

Reduce Corporate Expenses by Turning your Intranet Inside Out and Sending it to the Cloud

Seriously, get out of the Intranet business and upload it to the cloud. The advent of local area networks (LANs) and computers acting as server nodes led to the concept of the corporate network. It began with file shares and…
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