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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 ›

A different perspective on the significance of finance executives assuming CIO duties at major corporations

On December 12, 2014, the CIO Journal feature of the Wall Street Journal included an article written by Rachael King on the appointment of Julie Lagacy to the position of CIO for Caterpillar. The title of King’s article is Caterpillar’s Read more ›

Android’s penetration of enterprise computing markets is constrained by a combination of limited upgrade options and too many distributions

It’s very late in 2014, but a lot of enterprise computing consumers still depend on a central support function. An enormous volume of content has been written on the topic of the consumerization of business computing, and how the role Read more ›

Will enterprise IT reclaim the title of tech leader within the organization?

Anyone watching the Windows 10 segment of the webcast of the Keynote presentation from Microsoft’s Tech Ed Europe 2014 event will likely catch the appeal Joe Bellfiore, Corporate Vice Presdident, Windows Division is making to the enterprise business attendees in Read more ›

It’s hard for ISVs focused on either enterprise or consumer customers to successfully service both markets at the same time

Over the weekend of October 4, 2014, Hewlett Packard announced its intention to split into two businesses: one servicing the consumer market, and the other providing solutions and services to enterprise business. While a lot of commentators have spoken on Read more ›

Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility Suite Quickly Magnetizes Interest from Enterprise IT

Microsoft® debuted its Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) in May of this year. During the Microsoft Q4 2014 Earnings Conference Call, Satya Nadella, CEO, referred to this product as a “high value service [running] on top of our base cloud infrastructure”. Read more ›