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Why Smartwatches Will Become The New BYOD, And Five Steps You Can Take To Prepare.

You are what you wear:  Earlier this week, the Apple Watch was officially launched. Although there was a great deal of fanfare surrounding the announcement, many observers remained unconvinced. 836 more words

Security

SaaS の調査:B2B 形式 から B2C 形式 へと、セールス・モデルが変化している

SaaS Pricing: SaaS Sales Models Shifting from B2B to B2C

Dick Weisinger – Feb 11, 2015

http://formtek.com/blog/saas-pricing-saas-sales-models-shifting-from-b2b-to-b2c/

More than a quarter (27.8%) of enterprise applications are expected to be SaaS-based by 2018, generating $50.8 billion, up 16% from $22.6 billion in 2013. 300 more words

On Monday

Why Design Is Important for Enterprise Software

Over the last several days, in my weekends and evenings, I’ve taken up the daunting task of updating my MacBook Air by installing Yosemite OS X and Bootcamp.  753 more words

Enterprise Mobility: Is it a Winning Proposition in 2015?

For years, enterprise mobility was related to email, some flashy apps and corporate-issued devices. And during this phase, most organizations considered mobile as simply an extension of the desktop. 334 more words

Technology

Digital Disruption Comes to Life

I attended a great conference recently on digital business disruption that was put on by Ray Wang and the Constellation  Research Group.   After attending the annual Gartner Symposium last month, I was starting to feel that the terms… 918 more words

CIO

Ervaar de kracht van Enterprise Mobility tijdens Experts Live 2014!

Met nog een week te gaan is het bijna zover…Experts Live 2014! Het grootste Microsoft Community event van Nederland met 7 tracks, meer dan 40 sessies en top sprekers uit binnen- en buitenland. 251 more words

Events

IBM goes all consumer-y in its bid for continued relevance

IBM’s partnership with Twitter (Twitter!) is all about making the company’s Watson and other tools more aware of what’s going on in today’s world. That means Twitter data — all that fodder for sentiment analysis, etc. 569 more words