The number of mobile devices continues to grow as we shift into the Internet of Things era. Everything will become connected and the challenge will be how to manage all of it. We advise clients on their Mobile and IoT strategy and the mobile applications that can give them a competitive advantage.
How will Mobile and IoT evolve?
How do we leverage mobile devices, including tablets, across our enterprise?
How can we develop a comprehensive strategy for mobile apps?
Summary: Mobile Collaboration is not new but what is new is the increasingly aggressive demand for faster and more immediate communications capabilities. Messaging, the core of Mobile Collaboration, solves the needs of this demand, and as such, is becoming a top priority in the enterprise Read More >
Summary: Work is done more often than not outside the office, and new technologies have arisen to both enhance this mobile working experience that we have all become familiar with. The third edition of our Globe for Mobile and IoT features 41 technology profiles in this market Read More >
Summary: Mobile Content Management (MCM) is being recognized as one of the ‘go-to’ applications that helps enterprise share information faster, both inside and outside of the enterprise. Our Globe for Mobile Content Management, 2016 evaluates 17 providers in the MCM market Read More >
Summary: There has been a dramatic shift by both firms offering a compelling set of capabilities in their respective Cloud Office Suites. In this report, we analyze the current state of the office suite marketplace Read More >
Mobile and Cloud are now table stakes for organizations and while migrating to the Cloud is no easy task, but it’s becoming a little easier. Aragon Fellow Jim Sinur overviews some of the takeaways from Google Cloud Next 2017 Read More >
At first glance, Microsoft Teams might seem like a direct faceoff with Skype for Business, but it’s really a Slack killer. This blog discusses some of the reasons why Teams is the new Slack Killer Read More >
Twitter nixes Vine after a series of recent events that have spelled trouble for the social media/news platform. At the root of this trouble is Facebook, Twitter’s biggest competitor. This blog takes a deeper look into the future of Twitter Read More >