Leaders in Enterprise Mobility
Every industry has its leaders and visionaries, and in enterprise mobility, we know many of them personally. We initiated this page to highlight their contributions and give you an opportunity to learn about and connect with some of the most forward-thinking people who are shaping our world.
Analyst, Sepharim Group
Bob Egan, Analyst at Sepharim Group, discusses top trends in enterprise mobility.
[M]ore bandwidth, the shift to cloud computing, and the shift to social networking collaborating are three really big trends that all organizations need to be mindful of.
Analyst, 451 Research
Chris Hazelton, Analyst at 451 Research, discusses mobile first.
So we see with the market moving to mobile first, the market is moving away from reactive mobile IT to a more strategic use of mobility.
Kent Erickson, Sr. Program Manager at AT&T, uses mobile devices and apps to help AT&T significantly increase the effectiveness of their sales team and field workforce.
Analyst, VDC Research
Eric Klein, Analyst at VDC Research, on the blurring of mobile and desktop computing.
I envision a time when you…walk into your workplace and…sit down at your desk, and…what you were carrying in your pocket just merges right onto your screen.
Partner, Northbridge Venture Partners
Michael Skok on the post-PC era, navigating multiple enterprise mobility vendors, and who he thinks will win.
And the era of mobility is upon us, because we can have computing in any form in the future, in many different ways that we’ll interact with it in a much more natural way…
Leading South African insurance company Santam built a scalable mobile strategy in less than a week without any device control.
Principal, eC3 Consulting
Andrew Borg, Principal of eC3 Consulting, on the Social Mobile Cloud (SoMoClo).
Mobile social cloud is the construct that is essential in 2014 and moving forward.
President, J. Gold Associates
Jack Gold, President of J. Gold Associates, on the enterprise of things.
Today, computing comes to us rather than us having to go to computing. That’s what makes mobility so exciting.
Cisco rapidly developed a custom-branded app store known as the “AppFridge” to facilitate a centralized approach to enterprise app management and distribution.
Adam Bookman, co-founder of Propelics, on business and IT innovation with mobile applications.
…to use mobile to reach your overall company’s goals faster, and to really move needles with mobile in ways that were never possible in the past.
Chuck Goldman on Bring Your Own App (BYOA).
[Productivity apps] are going to make their way into the enterprise in a BYOA type of scenario, where enterprises can take the personal apps that people bring in, connect them easily and securely to enterprise data…
Robert Lacis, Director of Sales Operations, developed a mobile strategy that incorporates the highest level of security while advancing a field sales team of a $2.4 billion organization.
Principal, Mobile First Software
Matt Gross discusses the potential of mobile disruption.
So all of these different devices that kind of know you and work with you and are connected to things in the cloud –- that’s a really fascinating trend.
Partner, Profitable Channels
Steve Diorio, Partner at Profitable Channels, discusses the benefits of mobile sales enablement.
Probably the greatest potential of mobile devices to transform sales is their ability to completely redefine the sales experience by making things simpler.
CTO & Editor, CITO Research
Dan Woods, CTO & Editor of CITO Research, on experimenting to understand mobility.
The biggest challenge in mobility is to really address it with the proper amount of humility.