The tremendous potential of the Cloud and Mobile…

The tremendous potential of the Cloud and Mobile combination for enhancing and energizing innovation makes it essential that they be incorporated in established processes for product development and idea generation, as well as in thinking about future products.

The tremendous potential of the Cloud and Mobile combination for enhancing and energizing innovation makes it essential that they be incorporated in established processes for product development and idea generation, as well as in thinking about future products.

My report published at Saugatuck: Enabling Innovation with Cloud Mobility

We are coming to the end of the laissez-faire era of BYOD…

We are coming to the end of the laissez-faire era of BYOD, and moving into a time in which greater control will be required.

We are coming to the end of the laissez-faire era of BYOD, and moving into a time in which greater control will be required.

My blog in Saugatuck Technology Lens360: BYOD II

The central problem is determining what, exactly, can be done…

The central problem is determining what, exactly, can be done with the evolving mobile platforms, and how mobility can be converted into a cost effective asset for the company.

The central problem is determining what, exactly, can be done with the evolving mobile platforms, and how mobility can be converted into a cost effective asset for the company.

My Email Advisor blog published at Cutter Consortium: Managing Mobile Expectations:

The collisions between employees’ personal use and corporate…

The collisions between employees' personal use and corporate use are making laissez-faire BYOD non-viable.

The collisions between employees’ personal use and corporate use are making laissez-faire BYOD non-viable.

My report published at Saugatuck: How Next-gen BYOD Complicates Enterprise IT and Business Management

There are two main strategies available for implementing Agile…

There are two main strategies available for implementing Agile: incremental and all-at-once. The incremental approach has generally been recommended and is likely to be the most widely used, but there are advantages in an immediate big bang approach.

There are two main strategies available for implementing Agile: incremental and all-at-once. The incremental approach has generally been recommended and is likely to be the most widely used, but there are advantages in an immediate big bang approach.

My Email Advisor blog published at Cutter Consortium: Agile Implementation Strategies