Rob Enderle

Rob Enderle

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OpenPOWER Foundation vs. Intel: The Interesting Contrast of Business Models

30 Sep, 2015

The business model may be more powerful than the technology, and we have an interesting battle brewing between Intel and IBM.

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BlackBerry’s Coming Android Phone

29 Sep, 2015

The market needs a secure line of phones that have a competitive number of apps. Since you can’t license iOS and Windows 10 for the phone doesn’t yet have critical mass, this leaves Android, but only if it can be made secure.

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Why BMC’s Win in Markman Hearing Suggests ServiceNow Customers May Be Exposed

23 Sep, 2015

In a patent case, the Markman hearing is one of the most important, and BMC just won one against ServiceNow.

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The Long Term Strategic Problem of a Lock-In Strategy

22 Sep, 2015

As Apple continues with its strategy of locking in customers with its products, Rob Enderle reminds us why such a strategy can also be bad for business.

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BMC vs. HP: Scoring the Potential Success of a Tech Turnaround

17 Sep, 2015

Analyst Rob Enderle has scoring method to determine whether a turnaround is going to be successful.

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Symphony: A Secure, Collaborative Messaging Platform for Today

16 Sep, 2015

A new communications workflow platform, Symphony, has launched and it may just replace email in many markets that require strict compliance and regulation of communications.

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Lessons on Bad Management from the Presidential Primaries

11 Sep, 2015

Rob Enderle has noticed that both of the current front runners are demonstrating horrible personal traits that can be company killers in senior management, let alone in the CEO’s office.

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BlackBerry and Good Technology Merger: The Big Advantage

10 Sep, 2015

BlackBerry's acquisition of Good Technology should prove a positive merger for BlackBerry and the people, products and services it will gain.

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Apple vs. Microsoft Tablet Wars: Surface Steps Up with Dell, Accenture

08 Sep, 2015

Microsoft’s path is harder, but then Apple is going to resist the easier path it has, which is what makes this a race.

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BMC’s CEO Bob Beauchamp and the Art of a Turnaround

02 Sep, 2015

Whether you are buying from, working for, or investing in a firm doing a turnaround, looking for these key elements will help you decide whether you are investing in a viable future or a certain disaster.

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GRID 2.0: A Huge Technology Jump, but Wait Till You See What’s Coming

01 Sep, 2015

The second generation of NVIDIA GRID is an impressive improvement, but we’ll likely see the biggest advancements come in the future when we finally realize that where the computing is done isn’t as important anymore.

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BlackBerry and WatchDox: 9/11 and Our Sadly Ironic Security Conundrum

26 Aug, 2015

If we were talking exposures for the PC platform and a similar dearth of tools, this class of product would be seen as critical to the security of the firm, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.

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Where Dell’s Professional 34” Curved Monitor Might Work Best

25 Aug, 2015

Dell's 34" professional curved monitor might not be for everyone, but as Rob Enderle found out, it has definite applications for several industries.

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Intel’s Secret Weapon Gives Glimpse of Maker Robotic Future

20 Aug, 2015

Intel wants to be a big part of the future and that is why Intel’s CEO and its secret weapon futurist ethnologist are so focused and excited about the maker movement.

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Jeff Bezos’ Confirmation Bias Could Kill Amazon: A Teachable Moment

18 Aug, 2015

Jeff Bezos seems to have on blinders. The New York Times' expose on the internal environment at Amazon should be a huge wake-up call for him instead.

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How Clinton’s Email Defense Strategy Could Get You Fired or Worse

14 Aug, 2015

Generally in organizations both public and private, assume inside information is at least confidential unless it has been officially declassified, and even then make sure that this wasn’t a mistake if it looks like it should have been classified.

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The Problem and Promise of Intel’s Diversity Report

12 Aug, 2015

Firms like Apple and Microsoft would never hire people like Steve Jobs or Bill Gates in today’s market. But fixing this issue should be a higher priority than it is.

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Google Is Dead, Long Live Alphabet: Google/Alphabet’s Creative Organizational Move

11 Aug, 2015

Rob Enderle says impending fines and investigations may have started the Google split idea, but executive retention and flexibility also played a big part. Now to see if it works.

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Tech Partnerships and Consortiums: Why Most of Them Suck

06 Aug, 2015

Even if the firms are aligned today and like each other, one executive change, acquisition, product expansion or unplanned additional partnership can blow it up, and the more firms that are involved in the effort the more chance there is for it to go south.

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Why IT Shouldn’t Be Responsible for Data Quality

05 Aug, 2015

Protecting and assuring today’s enterprise has never been more difficult. Central to this effort is data ownership and assuring that those who use the data have both responsibility and authority to assure its accuracy and safety.

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