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In a world where 17-year-olds with no coding experience can build a cross-platform smoking cessation app and a field services company can become a mobile app company, it’s not a secret that mobility is turning the tables. For CIOs and IT departments intent on addressing mobile head-on, it’s important to keep an ear to the ground and pay attention to the people who really “get” mobility.
To help you do this, here’s the first five (in no particular order) in an ongoing series sharing enterprise mobility influencers to follow online:
Michael Facemire, Analyst, Forrester
- Why: Facemire gets what enterprises need to do to prepare for this world of mobility — and he’s not afraid to tell them! He writes on his Forrester blog about topics ranging from building a mobile organizationto the importance of APIs, providing high-level and in-depth content for CIOs and other IT professionals looking for guidance on enterprise mobility – and a sense of where the market is headed.
- Where: Twitter @ASocialFace, on Forrester’s blog
- Mobility Words of Wisdom: “Native apps are rarely fully native.”
Benjamin Robbins, Co-Founder, Palador
- Why: Want up-to-the minute news on all things mobile? Benjamin’s your guy. He shares rapid-fire updates about the latest mobile technology advancements, telco moves and industry trends. Better than a scoop-happy reporter, he’s guaranteed to keep you well-informed when it comes to the lightning-paced world of mobility.
- Where: Twitter @PaladorBenjamin (also check out this hilarious video about “bringing the mobile office to you” on the Guardian)
- Mobility Words of Wisdom: “Using adoption as the measuring stick of enterprise mobility spend and success is nothing short of fiduciary recklessness buoyed by sheer laziness.”
Kevin Benedict, Senior Analyst, Digital Transformation at Cognizant
- Why: Benedict combines humor with deep experience in the enterprise mobility sphere. In addition to his informative Twitterstream, Benedict shares a weekly digest of mobility news from around the web, specifically market data and trends.
- Where: Twitter @krbenedict, Blog – Mobile Enterprise Strategies, LinkedIn Group: Strategic Enterprise Mobility on Linkedin
- Mobility Words of Wisdom: “Location based services and #RFID help hospitals save money.”
Maribel Lopez, Founder, Lopez Research
- Why: A true industry veteran, Lopez has been in the IT industry for 33 years, 10 of which she spent as a director at HP. She founded Lopez Research in 2008, focusing on research and analysis of the mobile industry. She’s super engaged with her followers on Twitter, and blogs on mobility topics ranging from agile development to shadow IT to the business impact of the Internet of Things.
- Where: Twitter @MaribelLopez, her blog roll on Lopez Research’sMobility Blog
- Mobility Words of Wisdom: “Without a Mobile Strategy, You’re Going to Get Buried.”
Daniel DiMassa, Mobile App Expert, InnoviMobile
- Why: An unabashed mobility enthusiast, DiMassa shares his no-holds-barred opinions on mobility. In between cracking jokes and sharing his provocative views on shadow IT, enterprise development and the future of business apps, he demonstrates real passion for mobility (and Google Glass.)
- Where: Twitter @TheDiMassa, on his blog Enterprise Adoption
- Mobility Words of Wisdom: “I need to make a custom tshirt: Shadow IT Gets it Done Faster.”