In the last 6 months at least, I have been blogging on many topics but with
one central theme, I believe mobility is key to enterprise companies, not
only now but for their future. This is especially true in the current
economic climate, where cost effectiveness, rapid decisions, streamlining
processes and return on investment is crucial. Let me expand on that
No one would argue that the world is mobile and mobility is impacting
business on a global level. Currently we have explosive data growth leading
to information everywhere and what is critical is access to useful
information anywhere, anytime. Enterprises are increasingly thinking of, and
mobilizing their workforces but also need to integrate to enterprise systems.
In turn, these same organizations are moving from siloed applications to
strategic mobile platforms.
Sybase chairman and CEO John Chen... (more)
I believe that we really do live in a Mobile World, which is driven by the
latest and greatest Smartphone’s around. Lets face it, the majority of us
love our gadgets and the more powerful the better!
So to investigate my thoughts, against a larger community, I recently used
the LinkedIn Poll facility. Here are the results I found, that reinforce what
For those Enterprise Mobile Device users, it seems that over 92% look at the
trend of increasing functionality on their devices as important. In fact 71%
feel that increasing mobile device enterprise functionality is essen... (more)
We now have just 4 days until SYS-CON's iPhone Developer Summit in New York's
Roosevelt Hotel (June 22-23). During the two-day event, there will be nine
presenters as well as exhibitors such as Sybase
Here are another two presenters to whet your appetite
iPhone Development in an Enterprise Environment - Travis Siegfried -
Application Developer, IBM
The Apple iPhone is a rapidly growing piece of technology today. With the
diverse built-in utilities already available for use within the device, the
creation of software applications for the iPhone are endless. This is not
just availa... (more)
As a new developer to iPhone Development, I am following my Seven Steps, that
I wrote about in the past.
As part of step #5 & #6 combined you as a developer will need to overcome the
hurdle of runninh your code on your device and the devices of your testers.
Take it from me this can be a little tricky, but for this week only Dan
Grigsby has made available a screencast on this subject for FREE!.... you can
find it at the most excellent Mobile Orchard Website
Did you miss the SYS-CON iPhone Developer Summit EAST in New York City which
happened June 22-23 2009?
Shame on you if you were not there, but do not worry as the guys at
SYS-CON.TV recorded an interview with Senthil Krishnapillai of Sybase
See it here.
Senthil covers quite a few interesting ideas and Sybase directions with
regard to Enterprise iPhone & Enterprise Mobility.
Sybase will also be sponsoring and presenting at the iPhone Developer Summit
WEST in Santa Clara, CA on Nov 3rd
A while ago I read a blog post from a marketing executive who wrote that he
had prohibited the use of certain words in his strategy and planning
meetings. Among those words there where many popular social networking and
media words such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Though that might seem odd at first, it makes a lot of sense. The point is
that while social media may serve as an effective method of promoting your
business, it is only a set of tools and channels that you may use to execute
against your business plan and strategy. It is part of the tactical stuff
that you do ... (more)