Tag Archives : mobility


Productivity on the road

Business travel is not fun at the best of times. With airlines cramming too many bodies into too small seats, carry-on restrictions designed to force checking of bags (and paying of outrageous fees), the endless search for power outlets, and the “joys” of trying to make connections, getting there in itself is no longer half […]

Lynn Greiner, freelance IT journalist and regular contributor to InsightaaS.com

Lynn Greiner, freelance IT journalist and regular contributor to InsightaaS.com

Surface 3 under the reviewer’s eye

Ever since Microsoft launched its Surface tablet line, it has been struggling to capture the hearts of enterprise users. We’ve been through Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, and Surface Pro 3, as well as the ill-fated ARM-based systems running the now defunct Windows RT operating system (which wasn’t so much bad as thoroughly misunderstood). Today’s […]


Drawing the lines between Collabmobilicloud 2

Is cloud a solution? Are collaboration and mobility technology outcomes? Or is a solution the answer to a user’s problems? Increasingly, in a new work era defined by staff mobility and flexibility, businesses are approaching technology acquisition in this last light – as one of several inputs to resolving an issue or challenge, rather than […]

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Lynn Greiner, freelance IT journalist and regular contributor to InsightaaS.com

Dell XPS 13 review 1

Dell’s new model of its XPS 13 Ultrabook is undeniably a gem. It was named the best consumer notebook at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), and has received rave reviews everywhere. As a consumer notebook. So why are we talking about it in a business context? Simple – not only is virtually anything a […]


Mobile workforce trends in tech

The mobile workforce is alive and well – at least in people’s minds. But a recent executive roundtable hosted by Natalie Lambert, senior director, workspace services marketing for Citrix, indicated that while the interest and intent are definitely there, the execution is weaker, especially when the numbers from Canadian and US executives are compared. Lambert’s […]

Natalie Lambert, senior director, workspace service marketing, Citrix