As the enterprise mobility marketplace becomes noisier and acronyms (MDM, MAM, EMM, COPE, BYOD, etc.) begin to accumulate, finding thought-provoking insight to help you make sense of all the chatter can be challenging. While you’re tackling your enterprise mobility planning for 2014, follow these thought leaders on Twitter to keep on top of current events, trends and relevant thought-provoking commentary:
Bob Egan (@bobegan) – Sepharim Group Insights and Observations – Bob is CEO and Founder of Sepharim Group, an industry analysis and consulting firm that focuses on mobile, cloud and business intelligence. A 20-year veteran of the technology industry, Bob is also a contributor for Forbes and a GigaOm Pro analyst.
Brian Katz (@bmkatz) – A Screw’s Loose – Brian is Director and Head of Mobility Engineering at Sanofi and a frequent author of refreshing and entertaining posts at his blog, A Screw’s Loose. Brian often injects humor and contrarian viewpoints into his commentary on timely enterprise mobility topics.
Maribel Lopez (@MaribelLopez) – Maribel Lopez’s Forbes Blog – Maribel Lopez is founder of Lopez esearch, a market research and strategy consulting firm that specializes in IT and communications technologies. Maribel is a frequent speaker at mobile technology conferences and often provides analysis on enterprise and B2C mobile strategies.
Benjamin Robbins (@PaladorBenjamin) – The Guardian Mobile Only Blog – Benjamin Robbins is a founding partner at Palador, a enterprise mobility, app development and data integration consulting firm. An advocate of the “mobile only” work style, he once spent an entire year working from a single mobile device and documenting his experience.
Philippe Winthrop (@biz_mobility) – The Enterprise Mobility Forum – Philippe is a Global Mobility Evangelist for CSC and founder of the Enterprise Mobility Forum. Prior to his work at CSC and the Enterprise Mobility Forum, Philippe spent over 15 years in the analyst community at firms including IDC, Aberdeen Group and Strategy Analytics.
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