We’ve got a big announcement to make: Juliette Kayyem is joining Lua as an advisor! Juliette comes to us with an impressive list of credentials: 15 years of experience in counterterrorism, homeland security and emergency management;
Do you curse the name of whoever led you to 2000 unread messages? Read below for some tips to conquer that inbox! V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, creator of email and now faculty lecturer at MIT, told the Wall Street Journal that the first thing people say to him when they learn of his foray into invention is, “I want to …
Does your city help you work on the go? New mobile communication technology empowers your workforce to work effectively off of mobile devices and access corporate data out of the office. But your employees’ ability to work on the go also depends on the mobile infrastructure around them.
Larry Rubenstein, veteran photojournalist and global operations manager, shares his experience in dealing with technological communication advances over the past couple of decades as the third interviewee in our interview series.
Have you ever felt uncomfortable when a message that’s only supposed to be viewed by yourself pops up on your screen with a client or co-worker standing right behind you? Does it sometimes make you squirm to draft an email knowing your coworkers could look over your shoulders?
Last Wednesday, Strauss Zelnick (CEO, Zelnick Media) and John Maloney (ex-President of Tumblr) joined Michael at the office of Zelnick Media for a special panel event to discuss the current state of enterprise mobility, and their predictions for the future. With the majestic Manhattan skyline
The Ultimate Guide to Keep Your Employees’ Phones Alive: Faster and more flexible than traditional workplace communications, enterprise mobile messaging is a powerful tool that allows employees to communicate quickly and effectively. But in order to stay connected, you need your devices to keep pace- no easy task, given the short battery life of mobile …
Stephen Rodriguez, a close advisor of Lua, writes on Information Week about why the government needs to implement technology that both meet their stringent regulatory requirements as well as the needs of their individual workers.