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Enterprise software businesses need enterprise management experience on their boards

Early stage software businesses are usually heavy on engineering and light on sales and marketing. This tendency to overweight the importance of engineering has been the case since at least the mid 1980s and has become more pronounced post 2010. Read more ›

Apps for SharePoint 2013 carry their own set of implementation risks

Large organizations with an instance of Microsoft SharePoint running on premises may be thinking about migrating their customization process over from full trust solutions to a combination of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Microsoft refers to this combination as the “SharePoint Read more ›

Enterprise tech ISVs should recommend hybrid computing platform scenarios to their customers

Enterprise technology consumers have made their reluctance clear. In most cases they will not agree to incur the expense and effort required to migrate on-premises computing platforms, like Microsoft SharePoint, to public cloud tenancy. So the ISVs owning the IP Read more ›

End users benefit from in-context access to tech training content when new computing platforms are implemented

Adoption initiatives accompany almost any type of platform change for enterprise computing consumers. These projects are so common a whole industry developed around them. Back in the 1990s the business was referred to as “business process re-engineering”. Today the same Read more ›

Why update problems for Android devices can severely hamper enterprise adoption of this mobile device operating system

Through a combination of direct experience, and a review of an editorial published just about a year ago on the Android Central website, I have concluded there is no clear method of uniformly updating mobile devices powered by the same Read more ›