Posted by Unknown user on Oct 06, 2014
Advances in automated driving technology combined with ubiquitous connectivity solutions are changing the face of transaportation. See Frost & Sullivan's thoughts on the recently completed 21st World Congress on Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Posted by tday; on Sep 04, 2014
Since its launch onto the scene in June of 2007, the iPhone has been largely looked at as the model of innovation. While recent years have seen competitors like Samsung proactively adding new features to their products, Apple continues to receive th…
Posted by jsterling; on Jul 10, 2014
Today's field service management apps are very emphatically moving away from simple worker tracking. Location is great to know, but it's just the beginning of what needs to be accomplished out on the front line.
Posted by jsterling; on Jun 30, 2014
A couple of weeks ago, Salesforce.com announced that it is launching Salesforce Wear – CRM software and developer tools for wearables. We give the company high marks for being on the cutting edge … however, we’re not sure just how real the value is a…
Posted by jsterling; on May 29, 2014
Oh, yes indeed, smaller businesses continue to be skeptical of mobile worker apps. But there are ways to still make the sale ... and to keep these infamous high-churners as long-term, profitable customers.
Posted by tday; on May 13, 2014
History has now provided patterns for the sales of Android devices. What it shows is that smartphones are seeing one full year of strong sales and then being replaced by newer Android devices only three quarters later.
Posted by BrendanRead; on May 09, 2014
A firsthand account of how Belmar, New Jersey residents and the local government communicated during and after Hurricane Sandy, how tools such as the Web, proactive notifications, and social media proved invaluable, but also about how future disaste…
Posted by jsterling; on Apr 30, 2014
One of the key questions a business has to grapple with when implementing a new mobile app for its employees is "Do we build or do we buy?"