Monthly Archives: March 2013

app in the box – technology recap to solve BYOD

When Oliver tried to work on the discussion what the “D” in BYOD means we should never forget that the IT stuff needs to handle the colourful new world. Often this assignment comes directly from the CIO because he has to … Continue reading

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BYOD = Bring-Your-Own-Device or Bring-Your-Own-Disaster? Part2

In part one of Bring-Your-Own-Device or Bring-Your-Own-Disaster blog I talked about challenges that I have seen in BYOD projects. The organizational challenges like Service Desk processes, License Management challenges and Tax issues are a lot of times bigger in those … Continue reading

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BYOD = Bring-Your-Own-Device or Bring-Your-Own-Disaster? Part1

In my last blog about the evolution of End-User Computing I briefly touched on the “Consumerization of IT” challenge. In this blog I want to drill down into the Bring -Your-Own-Device (BYOD) part of Consumerization. IT usually does not like … Continue reading

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Technologies of End-User-Computing – Evolution to the sky

I’m an architect and so I spend the last 10 years to find out what my product managers want to have next to keep the product stable and changeable at the same time. So I will do that in this … Continue reading

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The evolution of End-User-Computing – Survival of the fittest

In the last 10 years I have worked in the End-User computing space in different Product Management leadership roles. I have the privilege to talk almost daily with customers about their End-User computing strategies and consult them with my oppinion … Continue reading

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