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  • Top tech tweets about the Mayan apocalypse

    It's still early here in the Western Hemisphere, so let's not count all our chickens before they've hatched, but so far we've avoided the apocalypse that the Mayans supposedly predicted for Dec. 21, 2012. Our impending doom was popular comedy fodder on...
    Guest Bloggers on December 21, 2012 : 0 comments , 3,982 views
  • Top tech tweets about the Mayan apocalypse

    It's still early here in the Western Hemisphere, so let's not count all our chickens before they've hatched, but so far we've avoided the apocalypse that the Mayans supposedly predicted for Dec. 21, 2012. Our impending doom was popular comedy fodder on Twitter, and it even spawned some good technology-related quips. Here are some of the best: The world ended. I am tweeting from hell...
    ConsumerizeIT.com on December 21, 2012 : 0 comments , 40 views
  • I guess we’ll be adding “Award Winning” to all future projects…

    As some of you may know, we here at TechTarget and BrianMadden.com do more than vent on the state of the desktop virtualization industry. Over the past seven months, Jack, Brian, Gabe and I developed an entertaining series of videos for RIM showing the...
    Brian Madden on December 21, 2012 : 4 comments , 5,995 views
  • Consumerization Nation #18: VMware, BYOD, and 2012 in review

    Listen above or right click this link and select "Save link as..." to download the mp3. Colin and I were joined by Jim Furbush and Brian Madden for our final show of 2012. Here's what we covered: Dell's recent acquisition of Credant...
    Jack Madden on December 19, 2012 : 0 comments , 6,279 views
  • Consumerization Nation #18: VMware, BYOD, and 2012 in review

    Listen above or right click this link and select "Save link as..." to download the mp3. Colin and I were joined by Jim Furbush and Brian Madden for our final show of 2012. Here's what we covered: Dell's recent acquisition of Credant Technologies Windows Intune now has more MDM capabilities , but we're not sure what they are. 2012 was a huge year for mobile...for everyone except...
    ConsumerizeIT.com on December 19, 2012 : 0 comments , 14 views
  • 2012 was a huge year for mobile...for everyone except VMware

    2012 has been a great year for the advancement of mobile application management for many of the vendors in our space. All of them, that is, except for VMware. While other companies have developed, announced, and shipped tons of mobile products, VMware...
    Jack Madden on December 19, 2012 : 2 comments , 13,452 views
  • Brian & Gabe Live #41: 2012 year in review, and we finally discuss our experience with the Surface Tablet

    This was a pretty wide ranging show, taking a look back at all of 2012. In what corresponds roughly to chronological order, Brian, Gabe, and Jack got through: The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show Back in January, there were still many unanswered questions...
    Brian & Gabe LIVE on December 18, 2012 : 3 comments , 5,066 views
  • Consumerization Nation LIVE Wednesday, December 19 1pm EST/10am PST: Colin, Jim, and Jack talk about 2012 in CoIT and mobility

    We just finished recording the show. You can find the recording here.
    Jack Madden on December 18, 2012 : 0 comments , 3,473 views
  • Consumerization Nation LIVE Wednesday, December 19 1pm EST/10am PST: Colin, Jim, and Jack talk about 2012 in CoIT and mobility

    Our final episode of Consumerization Nation for 2012 will be on Wednesday, December 19, at 1pm EST/10am PST. Colin and I will be joined by Jim Furbush, and we'll start off by looking at the story they put together Top 10 vendors that get the consumerization of IT in the enterprise. Next, we can look at two articles about BYOD— In defense of BYOD by Colin and Why BYOD doesn't matter (nearly...
    ConsumerizeIT.com on December 18, 2012 : 0 comments , 0 views
  • Who cares about Dropbox, SkyDrive, etc.? We're moving to a world where traditional "files" don't matter.

    Everyone's excited about all these cloud-based file syncing products like Dropbox, Skydrive, etc. But have you ever thought they'll become less and less useful as most new applications don't use "files" in the traditional sense? As the world moves away...
    Brian Madden on December 17, 2012 : 8 comments , 10,040 views
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