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 [...]
By James Governor on January 27, 2011
At RedMonk we don’t think forking is a bad thing. On the contrary it enables innovation through fast iteration and cross fertlisation of technology and ideas. Forking allows for a biological metaphor for systems design. As Stephen explains: Bacteria – viruses too – evolve more quickly than do humans. If you’re reading this, that should […]