Microsoft Windows 7 Challenges for Enterprises and the Hardware Dilemma with Intel

There is a lot of noise about Windows 10 and the upcoming release on August 2nd this year. Microsoft is still trying to push Windows 10 into their customer base with free installations, in order to hit their self proclaimed goal to run Windows 10 on 1 billion devices by mid 2018, which is unlikely … More Microsoft Windows 7 Challenges for Enterprises and the Hardware Dilemma with Intel

Two Fundamental Sources About Why #Mobility Is Changing The World

Understanding mobility and what it does right now and in the future to our environment is huge. So I’d like to share two sources of  presentations which explained the challenges and situations very sharp and brief to me. The first one is from Benedict Evans (@benedictevans) who is a partner at A16Z about “Mobile is eating … More Two Fundamental Sources About Why #Mobility Is Changing The World

#VMware continuous momentum in End-User Computing and acquired #Immidio #EUC

Again, VMware did another acquisition in the market for End-user computing and bought Immidio. There have been rumors before on several sources like for example Gabe Knuth from BrianMadden.com in his post back in October 2014 “If VMware wants into the UEM space, should they build or buy? A look at who they might target … More #VMware continuous momentum in End-User Computing and acquired #Immidio #EUC

Reflections about #Microsoft and #Windows10

The press briefing on Wednesday January 21st 2015 was the start of Microsofts new chapter towards Windows 10. I was really overwhelmed after watching the Windows 10 Story regarding new devices and possibilities, which made me write a blog post about it: #Microsoft is back on innovation leadership after the Windows 10 press briefing. Reflecting about Windows 10 this … More Reflections about #Microsoft and #Windows10