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An In-Depth Look at How Mobility Drives Business

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on Thursday, 04 April 2013
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We are launching our 2013 industry study of mobile strategies, tools, best practices and budgets. This is an extension of the highly successful 2012 mobile study that focused on identifying the gaps that separate companies that are best in class vs. those that are average.

If you have a point to of view and more importantly hands-on exposure to mobile at a management, business and/or technical levels, we invite you to participate in the survey. Additional details about the study are available here. All participants will receive a free copy of the Executive Summary and will be entered into a drawing to win an iPad Mini.

Numerous CIOs have shared with us feedback from last year's study, indicating how the results have helped fine tune their strategies and budgets. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Mobile Apps Study Aims at Budgets, Practices, Strategies

NPR Marketplace Interview on Mobile Payments

Microsoft Surface - Curiosity is not Enough

Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms (MEAPs) Buyer’s Guide

CIOs talk about not renewing RIM Contracts - Next Six Months Critical

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Microsoft Surface - Curiosity is not Enough

Posted by Igor Stenmark
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Igor Stenmark is a Managing Director of MGI Research.
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on Tuesday, 08 January 2013
in Mobile Computing

During the holiday season we have been taking a closer look at the Microsoft Surface tablet and assessing interest among consumers, enterprises and app developers.

Our take is that the current version of Surface has some interesting aspects but lacks the critical mass of capabilities and design elements to really "move the needle" for Microsoft in the near future. Our skeptical view is shaped by several factors:

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Mobile Apps Study Aims at Budgets, Practices, Strategies

Posted by Igor Stenmark
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on Wednesday, 16 May 2012
in Mobile Computing

We just launched a new mobile apps survey aimed at helping enterprises identify best practices, strategies, budget approaches and organizational methods for developing mobile apps.

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The Future of Mobile Apps - Conversation with Sam Lakkundi, Head of Strategy for Kony Solutions

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on Monday, 16 April 2012
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We recently interviewed Sam Lakkundi, - VP of Strategy for Kony Solutions, - a rapidly growing supplier of mobile enterprise development tools. During this candid,  in-depth session, we touched on a number of key questions that help frame the perimeter and growth characteristics of mobile applications markets. Specifically, the session focused on a number of core topics such as:

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NPR Marketplace Interview on Mobile Payments

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On Feb 29th 2012, MGI Research Managing Director - Igor Stenmark, was interviewed on NPR's Marketplace Report about the role of major banks in mobile payments. To listen or read the transcript of the the interview  - "Why Banks Want You to Pay by Phone", click here

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MGI Research Analysts to Host a Session on Mobile Banking

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on Tuesday, 28 February 2012
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On Feb 28th at 12 noon EST (9AM PST) MGI Research Managing Directors Andrew Dailey and Igor Stenmark will host an interview with COO of KONY Solutions and until recently a senior mobile banking executive Anirban Roy. This session is aimed at bank business and technology executives and will focus on the following key issues:

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Can YouTube Kill Cable TV?

Posted by Igor Stenmark
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Igor Stenmark is a Managing Director of MGI Research.
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on Tuesday, 01 November 2011
in Internet

Google's foray into original programming invited commentary on if and when could Google actually replace our monthly cable bill. While some of the moves Google is making are stemming from their vision of a unified place on the web that can offer a comprehensive source of news and entertainment, much of what is going on is grounded in current ad rate reality.

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Yahoo Go Private: Great for Large Insiders, Terrible for Public Shareholders

Posted by Igor Stenmark
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Igor Stenmark is a Managing Director of MGI Research.
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on Monday, 10 October 2011
in Tech M&A

The concept of Yahoo going private, would actually make a lot of sense for large Yahoo holders but will deprive minority Yahoo shareholders of the real upside that can be unlocked through a restructuring that can follow the go-private deal.

 

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