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Trends in Mobility [Report]

In Mobility by Shelly Kramer2 Comments

Smartphones have become such a big part of our everyday lives that it’s easy to forget that it’s less than ten years since the first iPhone saw the light of day. To many, the fact that there was a time when our devices weren’t an integral part of our lives, connecting us to family, friends, and work 24/7 seems impossible. …

Five Important Ways Mobility Empowers the Workforce

In Mobility by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Say you’re in an unfamiliar town, and you’re craving sushi. You whip out your phone and type—or simply say—“sushi restaurants nearby.” Before you can blink an eye, you have a host of highly rated restaurants all within three miles of your current (unfamiliar) location. In this age …

Why Digital Signage is Still Valid in the Age of the Second Screen

In Mobility by Daniel Newman1 Comment

This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Digital signage commanded an impressive share of mind when it didn’t have to compete with omnipresent mobile devices. It was new. It was exciting. It was sexy and compelling. Today, we seem to have entered an age where we walk through public spaces with our heads down …

Mobility Driving Business Success

In Mobility by Daniel Newman1 Comment

This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Major IT Investments for 2016 Prove Mobility Drives Business Success Mobile is the crux of innovation in business today—it isn’t just something to think about, it’s critical to business success. A new survey from SOTI, a provider of Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions, shows most organizations get …

Mobile workforce – less talking, more doing

In Mobility by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

Mobility and the remote workforce are current hot topics buzzing around the modern day water cooler. There’s a ton of talk about the hows and whys of adopting these new approaches to conducting business. However, there is a considerable gap between what is being discussed in meetings, conferences, and webinars, and what is actually being done. Enterprise Mobility Leaves a …

Small Innovation May Be the Biggest Innovation in Tech

In IoT, Mobility, Technology by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

We frequently hear things like, “The next mobile device will have an X percent bigger screen than the last one.” Do these things sound impressive anymore? Not in a world where a new device update hits the market every couple of months, if not weeks. At the recent Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), people weren’t that excited (at least not …

Mobile Video Communication: Enterprise Ready or Consumer Toy?

In Mobility by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

We are all becoming more familiar with mobile video apps. The availability of Skype and FaceTime allows us to call home or chat face to face with a friend from anywhere. These apps work, they are simple, and they integrate with our mobile lifestyle. These tools have exponentially increased our comfort level with mobile video conferencing. Many of us are …

Mobile Devices, Big Data and Big Displays: A World in Sync

In Mobility by Daniel Newman1 Comment

This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The debate regarding big screen vs. small screen goes far back in the history of display technology. However, now we have entered an era where there’s a huge demand for both. For instance, the digital signage market is booming—it’s currently the world’s second fastest growing ad medium. …

Mobile vs. Mobility: Understanding the Business Difference

In Mobility by Daniel Newman1 Comment

This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. In a global marketplace where the pace of business is 24/7/365, work busted out of its 9-to-5 structure a long time ago. Smartphones, tablets, even watches connect us to work whether we’re in the boardroom or on the sidelines of our kids’ soccer game. Businesses often turn …