To text or to call? Susan Cain, author of best-selling Quiet, focuses on a new angle: texting may simply be a more comfortable form of communication, especially for introverts. Some people bemoan the rise of texting – we’re disconnected, we’ve lost the ability to interact with people, etc etc – while others praise its flexibility. …
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.
Imagine you have just secured your dream job: a managerial role at an up-and-coming company you’re passionate about. After taking a two-week long vacation (to the Bahamas? to France?), you turn up to the office on the first day, all excited.
Messaging apps are great work tools for getting critical information across quickly when on-the-go. But the combination of lots to do and not enough time to do it in can lead to sloppy messages, not to mention the big-fingers-little-keyboard frustration.
In recent years, there has been a swift shift towards messaging as the preferred mode of communication, with the number of phone calls steadily declining and discontent with email growing. As cited in a previous blog post, Americans aged 18-29 send and receive an average of almost 88 texts a day, compared to just 17 phone …
Michael writes for Forbes about how consumer software, while preferable to many employees, are ill-equipped to handle the complexities and challenges of enterprise customers.
Arthur Cole at IT Business Edge expands on Michael’s Forbes article discussing how consumer apps aren’t built for the complexities of the enterprise. Aspects such as security, control, and the more human elements of support and change management have to be taken into account.
We’re extremely excited to be heading to San Francisco next week for VMWorld 2014, where Lua is being featured at the New Innovators Pavilion from Aug 24-28.