Dell is. A very interesting development, one that reminds me of Amazon’s Kindle Fire strategy. Fork an “open source” OS and create the experience your customers want. By putting linux on an ultra book, Dell has a winner. Not one that has a huge market right now, but I hope they see the longer term […]
In a pre-release announcement of their best Q2 ever, SAP shares this quote: “We delivered double-digit growth in all regions driven by strong momentum from the core as well as SAP HANA, mobile and the cloud. The results came in at the upper end of our second quarter software revenue guidance in an uncertain macro-economic […]
If you use Yammer, like me, you re probably annoyed by their mobile client. This morning, it hit me as to why. Yammer is “corporate Twitter”, yet there are so many mobile (iOS in my case) Twitter apps, that I get a really pretty experienced that aligns (feature-wise) with my twitter habits. In part, it’s […]
Ultrabooks Are Too Expensive for Enterprise Sure, because the CIO’s who say they’re too expensive are not the ones who are humping them around trains and airports on their backs.
The technology we use at work reflects our jobs. In contrast, the technology we choose to incorporate into our personal lives reflects our humanity. As personal technology invades the workplace, it has the potential to make our jobs more human. (Update: Read this article on branding and how humanizing an experience can lead to dramatic […]
I can’t tell you how happy the following trick has made me. Do you dial into the same conference call numbers regularly? Do you hate having to juggle between your calendar to remember the access code, and your phone app to dial it? In my case, I work with many different sales people, each with […]