There are seven key megatrends driving the future of enterprise IT. You can remember them all with the mnemonic acronym CAMBRIC, which stands for Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Mobility, Big Data, Robotics, Internet of Things, CyberSecurity. In this post we dive deeper into the trend of Mobility. This is the greatest leap in humanity's ability to stay connected … [Read more...] about CTOvision Assessment On The Megatrend of Mobility
Mobility Is A Great Superpower
|The PC era is clearly over. The future belongs to mobile computing.|
|This is the greatest leap in humanity's ability to stay connected since the advent of spoken word. The only thing that would be better than this always on continuously connected super computer in our pocket would be ESP. This trend is causing irreversible change to all cultures. Catch up on your mobility reading at:|
|These and many other related topics are tracked at Things Cyber in Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Mobility, Big Data, Robotics, Internet of Things and Cybersecurity.|
|When it it time to research the great providers of Mobility Solutions, kick off your search in the CTOvision Disruptive Technology Finder. For help putting all this information into context for your business, consider tapping into Crucial Point's CTO-as-a-Service or Technology Due Diligence offerings, both are ways to quickly leverage the technical talents of experienced enterprise technology professionals.|
We should all collectively thank Mary Meeker for her continued efforts in helping capture key trends in our interconnected technology. Her yearly report on the state of the Internet (embedded below) provides context relevant to just about every enterprise decision-maker. Here are key takeaways: Global smartphone growth is slowing. Growth was 10% two years ago, and only … [Read more...] about What You Need To Know About Mary Meeker’s State of the Internet Report
Once an enterprise has decided to go down the path of building native mobile apps, there is one critical decision involved –whether to build these apps in-house or to outsource development. This post is the continuation of a series discussing why a CTO makes or breaks your enterprise mobile strategy and in case you’ve missed it we have already discussed how to choose between … [Read more...] about Should You Build in-house or Outsource Development of Your Mobile Apps?
In the second article of how CTO’s can create a framework for enterprises to adopt mobile for growth we look at one of the early decisions to be made - that is choosing to build native apps or adopt the responsive web. In case you missed it, the previous article in the series discusses why a CTO makes or breaks your enterprise mobile strategy and discusses briefly the decisions … [Read more...] about How to choose between Native Apps or the Responsive Web?
Coda is a combination text editor and FTP client for iPhone and iPad. It is much needed utility for those that want to use the small mobile form factor of an iPhone or iPad for more than just consuming info. With Coda you can create and modify code. After configuring it, Coda's main display shows all sites that you have set it to use, so you can easily modify entire websites … [Read more...] about Coda for iPad and iPhone: Combination text editor and FTP Client