A lot of articles have been posted after the WWDC2017 of Apple’s announcement to release the HomePod at for $349 (US) in white and space gray starting in December 2017 initially in Australia, the UK and the US. Apple’s attempt to close the gap to Amazon Echo and Google Home For me it is a … More #Apple #HomePod – a cautious approach to #SmartHome #WWDC2017
What an fascinating Tuesday May 10th 2017, right with beginning of Microsoft Build 2017. The hype and peak of voice in 2017 still continues – really exciting times. Amazon as market leader Amazon is still leading with voice as a platform and continued to strenghten their position in the market of smart home by releasing Amazon EchoShow for US$230. … More The hype of voice in 2017 still continues for #Amazon #Microsoft #Apple & #Google
The latest blogpost from Benedict Evans again showed some great figures and insights that mobile is changing the world. Here are three thoughts about how mobile is changing the world and strategies of Microsoft Windows 10: Microsoft is no longer dominant and has been outpaced due to the amount of sold mobile devices. The upcoming Microsoft Windows … More Three thoughts about #mobile is changing the world and strategies of #Microsoft #Windows10
Last night I was researching more details about the latest PC sales figures. Last month I’ve found an interesting article at TechCrunch about it: PC sales are up and tablets down http://t.co/2NjgpSmlMI — @Virtual_Patrick (@Virtual_Patrick) August 24, 2014 Reasons about the change are mentioned in the article: Businesses and consumers alike are again purchasing PCs, … More PC sales are going up again #PostPC
It was a huge Marketing event April 9th, when VMware announced the next major version of its End-User Computing flagship Horizon. All Marketing activities and channels were focusing on this only live event opened by Sumit Dhawan. More than 20,000 people participated this webcast. The recording can be found here: Tune in to our live stream NOW for … More #VMware #Horizon6 – my 2cents
This week I was able to attend a German conference about Cloud Computing and Virtualization from Vogel IT. It was great to see how most speakers repeat to continue to spread the standard message of their vendors – a sign that field marketing in Germany is working. Of course they have been some keynotes added real … More #Microsoft leads Germany, but do they really lead End-User Computing?