By David Terrar on March 4, 2011
Just before Christmas I joined in with the iPad crowd. The last straw was an XBRL event at ICAEW back in November when 5 of my colleagues who were speaking or supporting Twinfield at the show all had iPads and I didn’t. I started to look seriously at the tablet concept to see how it […]
By Zoli Erdos on February 21, 2011
Boomtown reports Kno, makers of the flip-open dual tablet designed for the education market is planning to sell off the hardware business, and focus on software only. Says Kara Swisher: That’s because marketing a new and complex product like the Kno takes a lot of effort and cash, especially since it is an increasingly competitive […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on February 17, 2011
Box (see previous CloudAve coverage), formerly known as Box.Net, continues to push hard on gaining enterprise marketshare. Today they announced a newer version of iPad app that includes not only some of the recently announced #newbox features but also additional security measures aimed squarely at the enterprise customers. Box is trying to project themselves as […]
By Aaron Levie on February 1, 2011
Google is set to announce their first tablet-oriented Android operating system, codenamed Honeycomb. At Box, we’ve been waiting for this moment since we started seeing significant traction with our apps for both the iPad and Android phones, with nearly 400,000 downloads to date. With the introduction of Honeycomb, we’ll begin working immediately on a tablet-centric version of our Box Android app.
How did we get to this point?
Posted in Application Software, Featured Posts, Mobile, Your POV | Tagged aaron levie, android, Android tablets, Apple, Box for Android, Box for iPad, box.net, collaboration, enterprise software, Galaxy tablets, google, Honeycomb, ipad, iphone, Samsung, startups
By Charlie Wood on December 27, 2010
(Guest post by Charlie Wood, founder, Spanning Cloud Apps) Google’s ChromeOS is a very big deal. Well, not yet, but it will be. However, some very clever people disagree so I thought it might be useful to go through my rationale for believing what I do. Let me first make a disclaimer: I’m a big […]
Posted in Featured Posts, Infrastructure, Mobile, Platforms, Your POV | Tagged Apple, chrome os, Chrome Web Store, google, Google Chrome, google chrome os, ipad, Spanning Backup, Spanning Sync | 3 Responses
By Zoli Erdos on December 16, 2010
List, list…like I’ve said, it’s THAT time of the year. So let’s consolidate, where we can. Why bother having a separate Technology and Person of the year: …when we can have it combined. Ladies and Gentlemen, meet the iZuck: Slim, portable, does not talk back
By Krishnan Subramanian on November 23, 2010
I have been covering the iPad in the enterprise meme here at CloudAve and many others are regularly talking about how iPad is changing the business landscape. Clearly, the use of iPad is not a fad. From sales teams to IT admins, enterprises of all sizes are finding iPad to be very convenient, even increasing […]
By Guest Authors on November 18, 2010
Earlier this week, I had a quick chance to use the new Samsung Galaxy Tab — the first serious tablet rival to the iPad — and check out its analytic / business intelligence capabilities. The device runs Android 2.2, which supports Adobe Flash, so the first thing I tried was a couple of dashboards suitable […]
Posted in Featured Posts, Mobile | Tagged All, Analytics, android, business analytics, Business Intelligence, BusinessObjects, Crystal Reports, Dashboards, Featured, Galaxy Tab, google, html, ipad, itunes, Mobile BI, Samsung, sap, tablet, Web Intelligence, Xcelsius
By Krishnan Subramanian on November 17, 2010
Today Google announced that document editing is now supported on your mobile browser. This means that we can now edit documents from iOS and Android devices. This move made my iPad more useful in my personal and professional lives. As I told in my Sliderocket post yesterday, we are seeing an increase in the use […]
By Krishnan Subramanian on November 16, 2010
Sliderocket (see previous CloudAve coverage), the company that made presentations interesting, announced today the release of HTML 5 media player to help users with iOS devices, especially iPad, deliver their presentations on these devices. With iPad selling in huge numbers, this is a clever move by Sliderocket and I am pretty sure iPad users are […]
By Guest Authors on November 8, 2010
Corporate tablet alternatives to the iPad are now on the horizon.
At the recent Adobe Max 2010 conference, Mike Lazardis demonstrated SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards running on the brand-new Adobe-Flash compatible BlackBerry PlayBook.
Posted in Featured Posts, Mobile | Tagged 2010, adobe, All, Analytic, BI, business analytics, Business Intelligence, BusinessObjects, Dashboards, Featured, innovation, Innovation Center, ipad, iphone, Max, PlayBook, RIM, sap, tablet | 1 Response
By Krishnan Subramanian on November 4, 2010
I am revisiting the Living In The Clouds series after a big break. In this edition, I am going to talk about the new iPad app for Safari Books Online, a cloud based tech books lending service. I am a heavy cloud user and as a part of this strategy, I have started using Safari Books […]
By Zoli Erdos on October 22, 2010
I love my iPad. I hate my iPad. Was preparing to dump it for the Samsung Galaxy Tab, until it turned out to be a 7”-er now. Size matters, after all (or is it just my eyes?). So I got momentarily excited reading about the HP Slate 500 but that was a short moment. The […]
By Guest Authors on October 21, 2010
A World-Class BI program is one that changes the information culture of the organization. Here are five steps to help get you there.
Posted in Application Software, Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged All, Analytics, best practice, BI, BICC, business analytics, Business Intelligence, Data warehouse, Featured, ipad, World-Class | 1 Response
By Krishnan Subramanian on October 18, 2010
The iPad and IT Admin frenzy that started few weeks back is now turning into “enterprise fashion” trend. Every day you hear from an enterprise service provider adding support to their service through iPad. Particularly, apps designed to help IT Admins and manager take care of their infrastructure through iPad is very attractive for me. […]