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Let’s Get Mobile, Maybe

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October 28, 2014

I can’t be happier than I that mobile has become not only a part of corporate ECM conversations but also part of many IT manager’s ECM objectives. I’ve been watching the mobile space since 1996, when I got to play with the Nokia 9000. From the once giant Finnish mobile phone company.  Mobility is in my… Read More ›

Finland Re-enters the Mobile Phone Market

After Nokia sold the rights to its mobile phone division to Microsoft, I was left wondering, “What Next?”  Being Finnish, it was tough loosing such a huge part of national heritage, a pulp and paper mill from the 1800’s that became a mobile phone giant.  After the acquisition we were left with “Angry Birds.”  But… Read More ›

Microsoft buys Nokia – Finally

Being the resident Finnish Big Man I have to say, it’s about time this happened.  It’s like Ross and Rachel on Friends.  Everyone new that Microsoft would by Nokia.  Well at least the 5 million Finnish people knew.  Granted it’s was just the phone division but that’s good for both.  I’ve said it before, Nokia… Read More ›

Greatest Secret of IT Revealed

I am finally getting around to publishing a few posts from my info360 presentation in March where I was asked to speak again on Mobile Content Management. Hopefully by now everyone has at least admitted they need a mobile strategy so I thought I would address some of the trends overcoming what could be the… Read More ›

Flinging Angry Birds at the Nokia House

What Country is the home of the largest manufacturer of mobile phones?  A clue, the same country that is home to the company with three of the top ten paid apps on iTunes.  Give up?  Finland.  Yes I said Finland.  As I like to say, “Nokia is a river in Finland not a company in Japan.” … Read More ›

When will ECM Go Mobile?

I like to say, “Nokia is a river in Finland, not a company from Japan.”  Few people know that mobile phone technology and smart phones got their start in the late ’80s in Finland (and Sweden).  I remember having lunch in the mid-90s with my cousin in a cafe in Helsinki when he mentioned needing to… Read More ›