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Kevin Benedict

Best selling author and innovation expert Daniel Burrus recently described what an evolved mobile strategy looks like in the article titled Does Your Organization Have a Mobile Strategy to Accelerate Growth?  “When you think about

Sometime back I read an article in the New York Times titled, The Theory of Everything (Sort of) by Thomas L. Friedman.  Here is an excerpt, “Thanks to cloud computing, robotics, 3G (4G now) wireless

A good friend of mine is a civil engineer.  He works on many tidal flat and water way projects.  He was telling me about driving 2 hours north of Seattle to collect data from one

I taught mobile strategy workshops in 11 countries last year.  In these workshops, one of the first questions I ask is, “What tempo is your business wanting and/or needing to support?”  The definition of tempo

In this video I discuss what “tempo” means to mobile strategies, and provide examples of how companies find competitive advantages by increasing their tempo through the use of mobile technologies.  How could increasing the tempo

Last week I spent some time with SAP’s Sanjay Poonen discussing M2M (machine-to-machine) communications.  I came away from that discussion excited that SAP was focusing on this emerging market that I have found so fascinating.

Earlier this week I wrote an article titled, “What Do Mobile Technology Vendors Really Think?”, which covered technology vendors’ responses to my “2012 Mid-Year Enterprise Mobility Survey” that was completed by 121 people  This article

In this segment of Mobile Expert Video Series, Harish Rau (Element Five Solutions) shares his experiences implementing mobile solutions with SUP as the middleware, SAP as the back-end, and Afaria as the MDM solution.  If

I had the privilege of spending time on the phone last week with SAP’s President and Corporate Officer, Sanjay Poonen.   He has responsibility for several of the innovation products at SAP, and also has overall

For those interested in a philosophical discussion on the future of mobility, this is a good interview.  Warning!  This is an interview with a mobile strategist that works for an SAP partner and mobile vendor.