Category: Business Strategy

Much of the media focus has been on the cosmetic changes to iOS7 which represent the first major change in UI design for iOS since the launch of the original iPhone in 2007. But Apple has been working hard behind the scenes to make iOS7 more business network friendly in an effort to solidify their […]

Things have changed. Time was when the most powerful computing devices sat on your desk at work. The latest technology, the best software, the newest hardware that an individual used was that which they used 9 to 5. Not anymore!

Department of Defense licenses $617 million in Microsoft products - http://www.techradar.com/us/news/software/department-of-defense-licenses-617-million-in-microsoft-products-1122883 I could end the article there really. The enterprise space is still in love with Microsoft.

At Dootrix we have recently been engaged in a consultancy exercise  for EURSIN who provide web and mobile communications services to the European Union in Brussels. Following our work with them they have now successfully developed and launched their News Room app for iOS.

As technology has advanced and the love affair between consumers and their mobile phones has intensified, you could say that the invasion of personal computing equipment into the enterprise space has been inevitable. However, few could have predicted the pace at which the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) phenomenon has taken hold. 

… or at least, very very busy. You’ve got a great idea for a new product that you are about to launch into the enterprise market. You are very excited about this because you know that enterprise is a very lucrative market and once you are in, you are in. You know that many enterprise […]

As various venders make a play for the enterprise market I wonder what it is that makes for a good enterprise tablet. Apple’s iPad is the king of the consumer market but with Microsoft still placed as the enterprise technology incumbent there is real potential for Windows 7, and now Windows 8, based tablets to […]

For some time I have been talking about the different situations in which your organisation should consider an app and those situations where a web based solution is more appropriate. Rather than an app being the default, cool, goto place, the general principle should always be that apps are for task based activities and the […]

Over the next few weeks I am going to write a series of posts to guide you through what you need to know to conceive and commission your app project. There is a lot of work that you can do up front, before you decide to engage with a development agency, that will save you […]

There is some really heated debate over the future of the web at the moment. From Sergy Brins latest warning on the rise of facebook and mobile apps, to the continuing battle over whether the cross platform, standards based nature of HTML5 will win out over the seemingly more costly but slick experience of the […]