Use Femtocells + mobile broadband routers to extend wireless to customers & employees without coverage in buildings or at remote work sites. It goes without saying that not all organizations are the same. They don’t all reside in offices in downtown skyscrapers or on corporate campuses. The way employees work and how customers are served... Continue Reading →
Create a corporate mobile center of excellence to create processes, establish governance & develop a matrix of supported devices. Your transformation must begin with your people! Despite the growing maturity of mobile technologies in the enterprise, most organizations have been unable to put the governance in place needed to make mobility work well for employees... Continue Reading →
There are a lot of newcomers to the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) space lately.
Join me in Las Vegas for the Enterprise Mobility Exchange at Caesars Palace on October 27-28. I'll be discussing the current state of enterprise mobility as well as future trends that definitely need to be on your radar. I'll also be talking about the Internet of Things (IoT) phenomenon and how sensors, beacons, and real-time telemetry... Continue Reading →
While Winter rages on in most of the northern hemisphere, Mobile World Congress brings us Springtime in lovely Barcelona. Hola from sunny Barcelona! Mobile World Congress 2014 is bigger than ever with over 85,000 attendees. With mobility firmly in control as the world's largest megatrend in both consumer and enterprise technology, MWC14 has cemented itself... Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
Like the PC's domination over Macs in decades past, low-cost devices for the masses will win the global smartphone war. It won't even be close. Most of the world population has to buy their device first, without the luxury of carrier subsidies. This means devices with a lower hardware and software BOM cost will have the... Continue Reading →