There is a number of interesting business software trends on the horizon for 2011. Apparently, some of them will significantly impact IT organizations. Awareness of such trends can help you to keep ahead of the competition. These business software trends should continue to be watched and should influence decision making in the coming year: Mobile… Continue reading IT trends to watch in 2011
The world of computing is at a crossroads. The primary computer for most users today is not a PC; it's a phone. While our PC stands on a desk at the office or on a coffee table at home, Smartphone goes everywhere with us and is integrated into every part of our lives. However, despite… Continue reading People say: Why your next PC will be a tablet?
Even though Windows Phone is significantly behind iPhone, Android and BlackBerry, Microsoft has billions in cash and a superior developer tooling platform so if they stick with it and keep chipping away, I think Microsoft can claw their way back to relevance in the mobile smart phone market. It will take a ton of hard… Continue reading Does Windows Phone 7 stand a chance versus iOS, Android and BlackBerry?
Let’s play an old wise seer and attempt to predict the future of enterprise technology: 1/ “Tablet Mania” will continue, but not in the enterprise, at least unless… After it has become evident that Apple sells its iPads almost as fast as they manufacture them, there have appears lots of hypnotized iPad killers’ producers with… Continue reading Staring into the magic crystal ball: enterprise tech trends in 2011
Windows turned 25 last month, and there have been a lot of highlights during that time. Let’s remember some of the best of Windows over the last years. Windows XP This may well be the most loved version of Windows of all time -- so much so that even though it was introduced back in… Continue reading Top moments in Windows’ history.