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More and more, responders are using the PagerDuty mobile app as their first response tool to critical incidents. Just this past fall, push overtook email as our most popular alerting method, and customers continue to tell us our mobile app is one of their favorite parts of PagerDuty. ...
As we continue to work with global companies focused on everything mobile, one thing is clear – the mobile space is changing rapidly and with that comes opportunity for security attacks and identity theft. We are committed to delivering the best-of-breed mobile identity and mobile loca...
On January 21, 2015, Microsoft unveiled the next major beta of Windows 10, the Consumer Preview, with an event at the company's home in Redmond, Washington. As it is a major release for Microsoft we expected to see several new features toward Microsoft's vision on ‘Mobile First' & ‘Clo...
Again I embarrass my friends and family by walking around cool places talking to myself about digital transformation and mobility. Enjoy! #JustHavingFun #DadIsEmbarrassingMe #GetThePopCorn
Enterprises are adopting mobile technologies at an unprecedented rate. As Business News Daily recently reported, 1.3 billion workers will go mobile by 2015, and with that massive number, the need for enterprise mobile apps can only skyrocket. With that increase, many mobile app develo...
The end of the year typically brings about a frenzy of news, reviews and forecasts about the next year, and rightfully so one of the top industry predictions for 2015 relate to the Cloud. According to IDC, “the global cloud market, including private, public and hybrid clouds, will hit...
According to several recent studies, consumers are still very much on the fence about the Internet of Things. Before they’ll give IoT a thumbs up, these studies say, companies will need to earn their trust and offer more steak and less sizzle in their IoT offerings. While visiting my ...
Long story short, remote wipes aren’t a perfect solution. The original intent had some validity, but it also raises too many concerns. Wiping is really only an effective solution in an ideal world. Unfortunately, thieves don’t play by the rules and find ways around our solutions. For t...
The active number of devices connected to the Internet of Things was a considerable 2.5 billion in 2014 – and some analysts project this number will grow three times over, to 9 billion, in only four years. Gartner estimates we’ll create an even higher number of connected devices: 26 bi...
How agile is your IT organization? Have you kept pace with the rapid evolution of cloud computing services? Have you applied that cloud investment to connect with your key stakeholders in the marketplace? Are you ready to seize the opportunities from the emerging mobile cloud trend? I...
Much of what human beings experience as commonplace today - social networking, on-line gaming, mobile and wearable computing -- was impossible a decade ago. One thing is certain: we're going to see even more impressive advances in the next few years. However, this will be the result of...
For many of us in the enterprise software industry, modernizing IT while maintaining legacy systems is a tightrope walk where it pays to look ahead, stay balanced, and be nimble. As 2014 races to a close, those of us focused on terminal emulation software solutions have a responsibil...
In terms of requirements, IoT systems require the ability: to gather, process and store all the data from a wide range of different of sensors; to produce alerts on certain conditions being detected in the incoming data; to analyze or view historical data with incoming sensor data.
Juliet’s lament is often mistakenly thought of as ‘where are you Romeo?’ when it actually means, ‘Why must you be a Montague?’ It is Romeo’s family and their struggle against the Capulets that keeps these two star-crossed lovers apart. Beacons, like Romeo, also have a bit of a name – ...
In the last blog, we explored real world examples of smart cities and highlighted one such example in the São Paulo state of Brazil. What makes this an exciting model for other cities to evaluate and perhaps emulate is that it touches many city services that we can all relate to. It al...
In the last blog, we looked at the impact of Internet of Things on industry and society, just like the Industrial Revolution did before it. But to date most smart city projects, such as green areas, smart trams, bike-sharing schemes and smart electricity grids, have been of relatively ...
Change is constant, and over the last decade the nexus of two trends in particular has transformed the enterprise. Mobile technology and cloud software are fundamentally changing the way we interact internally within businesses, and externally with partners and customers. Never befor...
This week I had the good fortune of spending time in Lisbon, Portugal. I met with several hundred business men and women at a mobility event in Microsoft's auditorium in Lisbon, at banks and with mobile network operators where we discussed digital transformation, enterprise mobility, ...
Companies that until recently had never heard of the Internet of things (IoT) are now excited to find that they’ve been IoT players all along. Businesses involved in home automation, security services, vehicle tracking and health monitoring to name a few have been around for a while. T...
In this segment of the Mobile Expert Interview series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Micheal O' Foghlu (pronounced Meehaul O Fowl Loo), but of course you already knew that. His name actually has four accents above the letters of his name, but I don't know how to add those. S...
Good morning! Or evening, if you happen to be reading this on the other side of the world. Our topic for today is the internet. What? You already know about the internet? No, no, I don’t mean that internet, the boring old one you use to access YouTube and send Facebook updates, e...
How many different solutions do you need in order to implement an enterprise quality mobile solution? I think this is a worthy question. In years past MEAP (mobile enterprise application platform) and MADP (mobile application development platform) vendors tried to cover all of your nee...
As the fourth installment of HBO’s ever popular hit series, Game of Thrones, premiered this past Saturday, millions of viewers were frustrated to find out HBO Go crashed due to overwhelming demand. A discouraging sign for fans who wanted to watch the highly-anticipated premiere. TechC...
The so-called Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon has gone hand in hand with the consumerization of IT trend. Both of which sound like strangely disconcerting and confusing terms if taken out of context or presented to a layman or novice for the first time. Of course all we are ta...
Recently Famo.us made a big announcement around offering their own PhoneGap alternative using a WebView that could use Chrome instead of the Stock Android Browser. Android 4.4 (KitKat) actually offers this out of the box now but it is actually Chrome 30 which isn't quite up to the same...
In this short 10 minute video you will learn how enterprise mobility and the Roman Roads share much in common. This is the Director's Cut that includes all the clips in one video and the 13 similarities between enterprise mobility and the strategies of the Roman Legionaries. I had fu...
I spend most of my time researching, writing and speaking on enterprise mobility, the IoT and digital transformation. All of these discussions are related to the concept of Code Halos. Code Halos (see video) are digital profiles of people, places, things, organizations, etc. They ar...
A newish trend is quietly (comparatively speaking) increasing across the Internets. The basic premise is that end-users aren't being charged for data traversing mobile networks when accessing certain sites, much in the manner users are not charged for calling a company's toll free (800...
Long ago, when the web was young, we (as in the industry) figured out how to multiplex TCP (and later HTTP which we now call message steering) in order to dramatically improve application performance while simultaneously reducing load on servers. Yes, you could more with less. It was a...
These days, users are growing more and more accustomed to expecting that they can accomplish productive work from anywhere, at any time, and on any device. As a result, IT professionals are increasingly faced with the challenge of balancing convenience with security, in an effort to pr...
I had the privilege of interviewing mobility and BPM expert and the CEO/President of Interneer, Romeo Elias on their company's products and strategies for providing a cloud based enterprise mobility solution. Enjoy!
If you're running a small business, it can sometimes seem that creating a website and handling online marketing consume an awful lot of your time. You may also be getting bombarded with emails warning that your SEO is inadequate, your security isn't up to scratch, or you'd be doing mu...
Are you dealing with an explosion of devices connecting to your organization? Trying to maintain your organizations compliance and security is critical. Especially with users located all around the world across multiple platforms and devices. In Kevin Remde's post this week he ta...
Mobile technologies are having a massive impact on our economy, society and culture. Much is written both here and in many other places about these impacts and changes. In this article, however, I am going to share some personal ways mobile technologies are having a significant impac...
The explosion of mobile devices, e-commerce and "The Internet of Things" is introducing massive amounts of new data into our ecosystem. Some companies ignore this data for all but the most tactical explorations, but others are revolutionizing entire industries by recognizing the value...
Why are AT&T and Google paying for New Yorkers’ free Wi-Fi? A recent Amdocs survey into service provider Wi-Fi strategies provides a pointer. Announcing another free Wi-Fi service for a New York neighborhood recently, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg made an interesting point: “Keep in min...
An LTE-enabled Cadillac? Driving (and parking) will never be the same again… I explain what’s new from behind the wheel of GM’s new connected car at Mobile World Congress. Actually, the only thing 4G won’t accelerate is the driving speed of the LTE-enabled Cadillac, which will hit th...
Today’s lead article on Ars Technica talks about the importance of protecting backend resources in the context of mobile applications. The article rightly stresses the importance of this security, talks about the uptake in OAuth and cites API Gateway solutions as a popular option in th...
Implementing a Mobile Device Management plan is essential to keeping employees productive while on the go. Equally as important is keeping information safe while users access confidential information from their mobile devices. A good MDM solution can address these needs and empower emp...
The Enterprise software industry has grown up around the standard three tier-architecture for web applications, which pioneered circa 1995. This architecture is ideal for web browsers, which have become the universal client of the Enterprise. With the introduction of Enterprise mobile...