Rob Enderle

Rob Enderle

Latest content from Rob Enderle

What We Should Learn from Email Breaches

25 Jul, 2016

Remind employees to treat email, and all forms of communication, with a lot more respect than they likely currently do.

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What We Don’t Get About Microsoft Azure

22 Jul, 2016

At scale, Microsoft is likely the only company offering a cloud solution that is robust enough to be trusted in an incredibly unsafe world.

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Thoughts on 2016 BlackBerry Security Summit

19 Jul, 2016

Security and IoT issues take the stage at the 2016 BlackBerry Security Summit.

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Tetration Analytics: Cisco’s Secret Migration Weapon

13 Jul, 2016

Tetration Analytics started out as a security tool, but Cisco found that it also did wonders for difficult application migrations.

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Mapping Cisco’s Technology Strategy

11 Jul, 2016

At C-Scape, a Cisco CTO and SVP sets the stage with a talk on strategy, a topic that puts everything else into context.  

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BlackBerry Misinformation and the Smartphone Security Crisis

08 Jul, 2016

We need at least one mobile device company where security is paramount and with which we can be better assured that these security processes actually work.

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Audits and Clinton’s Email

05 Jul, 2016

Drawing on his experience as an auditor, analyst Rob Enderle examines the FBI report on Hillary Clinton's email practices.

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The Most Important Quality an Executive Can Have

30 Jun, 2016

One quality defines most successful executives: the ability to learn from mistakes.

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Mark Hurd vs. Meg Whitman: Who Is the Better CEO?

28 Jun, 2016

One of the most important aspects of success for a CEO, says analyst Rob Enderle, is the concept of loyalty, both from the people who report to the CEO and from the CEO to others.

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The Three Laws of Analytics

22 Jun, 2016

Remember the “Three Laws of Analytics,” or simply remember that the answer should follow the analysis, not define it.

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You Have an Amazing New Enterprise Product, but How Do You Sell It?

21 Jun, 2016

Your product is ahead of the curve, addresses some critical problems, and is well funded. So how do you fix the “it isn’t selling” part?

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Apple Kicks It Up at WWDC: Great for Users, Not Enough to Grow Market Yet

14 Jun, 2016

A renewed focus on users should pay off for Apple, says analyst Rob Enderle, but business features seem to be underplayed at this point.

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Microsoft Buys LinkedIn, Focuses on Users Again

13 Jun, 2016

By acquiring LinkedIn, Microsoft tries to reverse its biggest mistake: moving away from users and focusing almost exclusively on IT buyers.

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How to Get Started with IoT

09 Jun, 2016

Most of you will likely wake up one morning to find that your IoT tech is misbehaving, with the only viable solution to unplug and replace it.

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HPE’s The Machine: Nice Promotion for IBM Watson, But Not HPE

07 Jun, 2016

In its attempts to market The Machine, HPE showcases the kind of questionable decisions public companies continue to make.

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Microsoft’s Windows Holographic: The End of Everything as We Know It

03 Jun, 2016

Windows Holographic is potentially not only a new interface into computing, but a potentially a new interface to the world around us.

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IBM Aggressively Moves to Software-Defined Everything

02 Jun, 2016

IBM's Spectrum Computing is an interesting indication of where the enterprise IT industry is aggressively going.

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Hillary Clinton’s Email, CEOs and Corporate Policy

27 May, 2016

Clinton’s policy violation brings to mind CEO behaviors in which the top person in a company thinks that rules don’t apply to him or her.

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Is HPE Done? CSC Deal Another Nail in the Coffin

25 May, 2016

Over the last decade or so, stock ownership has largely moved from individuals to hedge funds and other investors whose interests are tied to quarterly performance. This is driving decisions like this and it doesn’t bode well for many public firms.

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How Do You Know a CEO Candidate Is a Poor Choice?

19 May, 2016

The one skill you can’t supplement or mentor effectively is leadership. That is the one absolute requirement of a CEO. Folks in the company have to want to follow them.

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