John’s trademark style is executing disruptive ideas without disrupting the organization. He leverages his teams curiosity and mobile expertise to bring innovative solutions to the mobile workforce management marketplace.
Modern Problems, Modern Solutions Driving down a slick, sweeping highway in Germany, Jeff copilots a car fitted with a multitude of sensors, an array of mobile devices tracking even the…Read more
Edge Computing and How it Impacts Autonomous Vehicles What is edge computing? Well, it will likely be the key to a global Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure (especially autonomous…Read more
Embedded versus tethered apps: Who wins the battle? Your phone knows a lot about you – and is getting smarter every day. Why not share some of that data with…Read more
The landline telephone was the first speed-of-light communications technology that anybody could use. The telegraph was invented earlier, but it wasn’t practical to put in every home and office—plus, you needed to learn Morse Code to talk to anybody.
Once you could talk to anyone, anywhere, in any language you pleased, everything about business changed. Entire industries sprang up around the phone—not just to take care of the wiring, but to help facilitate the connections and opportunities that all that unfettered communication brought with it.Read more