Popular enterprise mobility blogger Brian Katz recently posted “CoIT? No, It’s CoUX!” a quick re-examination of how we use the phrase “consumerization of IT.” His point is mainly that it’s about the user, providing them what they need quickly, and making it “disappear” so they can get back to work. Though some may argue that it’s just semantics, he is actually on to something.
Everyone’s heard the drill before about enterprise mobility: it’s about making your employees more productive, “increasing operational efficiency,” and other anecdotal phrases that while true might be hard to quantify. What’s missing in this message is the fact that mobile is really about making data work harder for you, not data making people work harder.
Posted on Infor website - 03:02 PM on Thu, Oct 10, 2013
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo stopped by Infor headquarters in Manhattan this week to say hello and see what all the buzz is about Hook & Loop.
SEPA means Single European Payments Area. It includes all countries within the Eurozone. As of March 2012, SEPA comprised 27 EU member states, the 4 members of the EFTA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland), and Monaco.
By Dom Nicastro, Oct 9, 2013
While Hurricane Karen along the East Coast of the US may have weakened, some powerful technology forces won't let up heading into 2014. Social. Mobile. Cloud. Information.And they're all converging, according to Gartner.
Posted at - 02:49 PM on Thu, Sep 19, 2013
Connect. Collaborate. Go. Infor's biggest event of the year for EMEA customers will make six stops in six countries.
JULIE BORT (business insider) SEP. 10, 2013, 11:37 AM
When you first meet Infor CEO Charles Phillips, you can't help but notice that he's a tall (6' 3"), graceful, and impeccably dressed man. Years ago, before he was a tech mogul, he was a captain in the Marines and it still shows.
July 18, 2013, HBR Blog Network
“When we first decided to move the headquarters of our software company from Atlanta, we didn't think of Silicon Valley. In fact, Silicon Valley wasn't even on our short list. At Infor, we chose New York City.” In a Harvard Business Review blog post dated July 18, Infor President Duncan Angove details how ‘New York City's Culture Will Shape the Next Tech Sector.’
Wed, 07/17/2013 - 9:28am
Joel Hans, Managing Editor, Manufacturing.net
June 26, 2013
Paula Bernier, Executive Editor, TMC
It would be hard to argue that digital hasn’t overtaken paper, and that mobile hasn’t overtaken communication. Yet many organizations and departments still employ processes that are paper-intensive and don’t take mobile access into consideration. A company called Catavolt offers an enterprise-grade cloud service to address that.