Category Tech Talk
By Paul Tocatlian. The enterprise mobility landscape is in a high state of flux. The lexicon of acronyms in enterprise mobility has exploded. Market research firms are providing disparate perspectives. Vendors are shifting their focus at a rapid pace. Choices abound: Native versus Web versus hybrid mobile apps. Open source versus commercial solutions. Cloud versus on premise deployment. So many changes. So many choices. So little time.
By Paul Tocatlian. Today’s mobile users assume that their apps are offline-capable. They assume that their mobile apps are more context aware. They trust that any information stored locally is safeguarded. Mobile middleware solutions provide a better and faster way to develop and deploy true enterprise-grade mobile apps that enable trusted and contextual user experiences. Find out why and how.
By Paul Tocatlian. Magnet Systems recently published an infographic illustrating the journey of an enterprise from the Web to mobile apps. Embarking on such journey isn’t necessarily a smooth ride, especially for companies trying to build TRUE enterprise-grade mobile apps from the ground up. The road is run-down with potholes on one end and under construction on the other. Nevertheless, it is an important journey that every enterprise is or will need to undertake.
By Paul Tocatlian. As with every disruptive innovation that hit the enterprise in the last two decades, mobile technology is about to change the way enterprises engage with customers, transact with partners, and empower their employees. This time around, the transformation is occurring even more precipitously with mobile devices becoming the central computing hub for both our personal and professional lives.
By Paul Tocatlian. Do you watch television? Do you pay for channels you don’t watch? Are there too many commercial interruptions? Do you record shows so that you can watch them later? Is your Internet connection 5 mbps or greater? If you answered yes to all of the above, then it’s time you consider cutting the cord!
By Paul Tocatlian. First there was the 140-character limit Twitter imposed on Tweets. Now, there’s a six-second video limit on Vine. Is six seconds enough to say anything meaningful?
By Paul Tocatlian. Earlier this year, I decided to go on an online fishing expedition to see if I could find any evidence of my first encounter with the Internet. Despite there being approximately one billion hosts on the Internet, I was able to find my first Usenet post.