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Is the mobile web still distinct?

November 24, 2015

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As I see the many figues on mobile web usage, and how a large percentage of teh developing world rely on mobile for their primary access,  I wonder if the disctinction between the Web and the Mobile Web is still good thinking. By :the web” I mean web sites designed for and used on PCs, […]

Making mobile work for your business

May 18, 2015

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I am often faced with the challenge of making a switch to mobile for my clients. So I’ll explain a little about how I go about this … but first a short bit of context. They know that mobile is the way to go, but are not sure how to make mobile work for them. […]

Ubuntu Mobile – gaining traction ? 

April 1, 2015

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well lets hope so. I saw the devices at Mobile World Congress, and I was impressed,  ot was by far the best of the “other” mobile operating systems. Jolla’s Sailfish was ok,  but amaterish,  Firefox was just too slow,  I mean unusably, horribly slow (and too round), but Ubuntu was familiar, quick, easy to work […]

Tangible benefits from mobile investments.

December 9, 2014

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here is an important graph from this years “The Global State of Enterprise Mobility 2014/15” from EME that is based on a collection of data from many companies around the world (including an IBM Exec, for full disclosure) So where is mobile working, how do you realise the benefits. When you’re considering investing in mobile, and […]

Mobile Enterprise Architecture thoughts from an expert at IBM

December 9, 2014

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Listening to the architect of many IBM mobile applications, explain his reference architecture, he made some very interesting points, Now it must be said that they were made because the IBM products help fix them, and so I thought I should point that out. Of course many of the solutions can be non-IBM too! Firstly […]

iBeacons have arrived at Regent Street

July 3, 2014

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    A mobile marketing friend of mine*, David, sent me this link … The Crown Estate is giving Regent Street a huge technology makeover, providing iBeacons in all stores in this area. Accompanied by an official Regent Street app, shoppers will be able to receive personalised offers and discounts, based on purchase and browsing history. “We want […]

waterproofing – taking your mobile for a swim, or not as the case may be

April 4, 2014

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We’ve all done it,   or seen it happen,  a phone, a drink, a careless swipe of the arms and tragedy ensues. Something like a third of accidents that kill phones are due to water damage. So is waterproofing worthwhile. Well the Galaxy S5, the Sony’s they are not waterproof,  only water resistant.  you cannot leave them […]