When it comes to Connected Intelligence technologies like #Mobile, #5G and the #InternetOfThings, I’m all about moving the “Value Needle” as quickly, easily and sustainably as possible.
If you ever find yourself struggling to digitally transform your organization, business units, divisions, processes, assets & people, you might consider using the architecture of distributed #IoT software systems as your guide.
With software and adjacent technologies continuing to eat the world, we see the pace of #digital transformation accelerating in 2018 as organizations strive to enhance their customer and operational intelligence.
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. #IoT
We interrupt your regularly scheduled migration to the cloud to bring you a much more important megatrend called the Internet of Things. #IoT
Migrate Win32 applications secured by client/server database logins to #mobile apps that use OAuth & enterprise cloud directories for authentication instead.
EMM solutions that deliver conditional access to desired services like email, storage and cloud services motivate BYOD #mobile users to enroll.
The perception that employee smartphones are a security liability is misplaced. They’re a #mobile, multi-factor authentication security asset.
I’m thrilled to be included in this group of #technology influencers and luminaries like Werner Vogels, Steve Wozniak and Mark Russinovich.
Kevin Benedict from Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work interviews Rob Tiffany on where #Digital Transformation is taking the business world.
#Mobile employees working around the world are best served by globally distributed cloud services + replicated data with low network latency.
Seriously, get out of the Intranet business and upload your corporate apps and data to the cloud to better serve your #mobile users.
Send “Bring your own Device” BYOD #mobile employees to the Internet via a separate Wi-Fi network versus giving them direct access to internal servers.
The “Bring your own Device” (BYOD) #mobile phenomenon has moved employees from 1:1 PC computing to 5:1 mobility requiring enhanced infrastructure & cloud workloads.