A couple of sites have some reasonable popular polls on which Apple Watch people bought. I thought it would be interesting to see what the average sales price turned out to be using the polls. It required a few assumptions. I tried to make them conservatively: I assumed all Sport and Black Steel watches were 42mm I […]
Companies have to stop fooling themselves about their mobile prowess or the Apple Watch is going to kill them. I take a look at a real world notification example to show how far away today’s web based notification model is from that needed in a mobile/watch world. I propose a way to define modern notifications, so companies can find their way forward.
IBM & Twitter scale data mining. Three pretty and interesting charts on mobile, collaboration, & fintech. A (hypothetical) blockchain use case explaining how Bank of America might have avoided billions in fines. A bit on digital payments, including the new Facebook Messenger payments solution.
The Apple Watch is top of my mind, but two new technology companies (SignalFX and Layer) have made news this week too. Slack is in the news again. RBC wants to go head to head with Apple in mobile payments. Interesting stories about Banks and their use of APIs.
Getting a new product or service to market depends increasingly on the developer community you’ve built. IBM helped illustrate that this week. I’m sharing a model for creating exaclty the right mobile experiences your business needs to thrive. And a few thoughts on blogging as an enterprise employee.
Thinking of the Apple Watch, I can help but notice all the things we don’t know. In particular, how the heck are they going to sell the thing? It’s going to be fascinating to watch. I also share some thoughts on Apple Pay and it’s route to market relative to the recently announced Google and Samsung Pay offerings.