By R "Ray" Wang on October 16, 2012
Key Themes Include Mobility, User Experience, and Innovation Over 1100 IFS customers convened October 15th to 17th, 2012 in Gothenburg Sweden for the IFS World Conference. The conference brought together the world of projects, service and asset, manufacturing, and supply chain. The conference highlighted the: Massive move to mobile. IFS continued their push into their [...]
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Kindle Simple beats iPad at State Department. NYOD. Amazon as enterprise mobility vendor. Or How much functionality is too much functionality?
By James Governor on June 12, 2012
Tweet I came across a fascinating story today, linked to by the Bacon Queen - U.S. State Department chooses Amazon’s Kindle over Apple’s iPad. The article is worth quoting at length. Today Amazon agreed to a no-bid, $16.5 million contract with the U.S. State Department to provide 2,500 Kindle Touches for the government’s overseas language-education programs. The document released [...]