If you had told me ten years ago that my kids would almost always have a second screen in their hands whenever they watched television, I would have laughed. Now I assume that if there’s no screen in their hands, it’s because the battery ran out of juice.
Now it’s clear that Microsoft has invested a lot in creating SharePoint 2016, and that there will be another release of SharePoint Server in the future. So given Microsoft’s commitment to SharePoint, how does SharePoint 2016 fit into your strategy?
Monty Python scenes tend to spring to mind for me when certain conversations come up. The scene where the black knight insists losing an arm is just a scratch usually plays in my head when someone describes a disaster but claims that it really isn’t that bad.
I typically spend so much of my time working on how to add the most to our products that I don’t spend much time thinking about the products I want. So I took a step back today and thought about the kinds of things I could do with our Sitrion ONE mobile platform to make work better for me and my team.
When technologies are evolving really quickly, sometimes we get a lot more acronyms than we can handle. This is the case with enterprise mobility right now. So without getting into MEAP, MBaaS, or EMM, let’s just talk about two acronyms – RMAD and MADP.
Sometimes when I hear stories of software development, I’m reminded of a scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. For me, the expression “just a flesh wound” is a shortcut for something really painful that you underplay as minor...
We shipped our first BlackBerry app (for RSS reading) about seven years ago at Sitrion... Much has changed in that time. Smartphone adoption has skyrocketed. Business expectations of apps are driven by consumer experiences.
Having spent a lot of the last nine years working on mobile solutions at Sitrion, I’ve had a chance to see a lot of different approaches to mobility. Here are a few of the lessons I’ve learned from our efforts and those of our customers.
The word “industrialization” used to invoke negative thoughts for me. I would picture smoke stacks spewing dark soot into the sky. But really the continuous evolution of how things are built has had a tremendous positive result. If you look around right now, almost nothing man-made that you can see would be possible without industrialization.
With not a lot of information available yet, how do you go about forming a strategy around SharePoint 2016? Well, here are a few pointers coming from a Sitrion perspective.