|We talked to Graham
Acres, an IBM BP in Canada,
about how to develop a strategy around mobilizing your applications in
the enterprise. Graham discussed mobile strategies in general as well as
his own personal experiences, including:
gave a Lotusphere session on this topic, and his slides can be found at
Brytek Systems website. You
can also follow him on Twitter at @gacres99.
- Deciding which devices to support
- Working with users and business units
- Defining how the mobile app will work,
and what it will look like
- Problems with networks, firewalls, and
- Dealing with "bring your own device"
- Choosing a toolkit
- And more...
This episode runs 36:48.
|Learn about Teamstudio
Unplugged, a tool that helps
you mobilize (as in mobile smartphones) your Lotus Domino applications.
We spoke with Nigel Cheshire, president and CEO of Teamstudio, and Craig
Schumann, Teamstudio senior developer, about:
episode runs 34:00.
- The rise of Apple and iOS in the enterprise
- The rise of XPages in the Lotus developer
- Teamstudio's approach for adding a mobile
interface to Domino apps
- Replicating data to and from a device
for offline use
- Choosing a strategy for mobilizing your
apps, to make sure your project is successful
- And more...
|Today we talked with Alan
Lepofsky, analyst at Constellation
Research Group, about the current and future state of Activity Streams
in the enterprise. Our discussion included:
more on what Alan has to say on the subject, also check out his Making
Activity Streams More Manageable
blog post from last week, and find him on Twitter at @alanlepo.
- What's the difference between streams
of information like Facebook and Twitter, and what we'll see in business
in the coming months and years?
- Considerations about filters, and making
sure important information gets seen
- How does analytics play into all this?
- Is there truly "one stream to rule
them all", or does certain information need to be siloed?
- What about my inbox?!?
- Where will mobile devices fit into this
- Once this all gets going, what are some
of the advantages (obvious or not) with having a stream-friendly enterprise?
This show runs 41:14.