Center Blog: Apps

  • Taking Your Website Responsive for Tablets, Mobile Phones and Desktops Photo

    Taking Your Website Responsive for Tablets, Mobile Phones and Desktops

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on January 27, 2014 | Comment (4)

    Besides designing and building a website, taking your website responsive can be your most expensive digital enhancement. In this age of apps and social networks, is it really necessary? Yeah, it really is - we sure think so. More ›

    Topics: HTML5, Marketing, Mobile, Web 2.0


  • iOS vs. Android App Development: Where to Debut Your Startup’s App Photo

    iOS vs. Android App Development: Where to Debut Your Startup’s App

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on December 05, 2013 | Comment (1)

    A key question many Discussion on where your new venture should build its smartphone app: iOS or Android. The topic came up with recent Tuck alum and Nifti Counder Nathan Sharp at the recent GeirHeads Technology Conference held at Tuck November 1, 2013.  More ›

    Topics: Apps, Entrepreneurship, Mobile, Product Development, Tuck


  • iPad Content App Photo

    iPad Content App

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on August 08, 2012 | Comment (5)

    The concept was lofty and ambitious at inception: offer one engaging place where all three of our constituencies can (and will want to) consume all of our research, roundtable overviews, executive publications and videos at all times, no matter where in the world they might be or what mobile device they may be using. More ›

    Topics: Apps, Mobile


  • Mobile Apps: Winning the Talent War Photo

    Mobile Apps: Winning the Talent War

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on April 25, 2012 | Comment (5)

    Recently I had the opportunity to have dinner at the Hamburger IT Strategietagen with Volkswagen Group’s new CIO, Martin Hofmann. His motivation for a strong push on mobile technology aren't what you'd expect. More ›

    Topics: Human Resources, Mobile


  • Reflections on Roger McNamee’s visit Photo

    Reflections on Roger McNamee’s visit

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on April 04, 2012 | Comment (6)

    It is so satisfying to introduce your friends to someone you know they will love.  That is how I felt last week hosting Roger McNamee as part of Tuck’s Media Symposium. More ›

    Topics: HTML5, Technology


  • Roundtable Discussion: Impact of Major Technology Trends Photo

    Roundtable Discussion: Impact of Major Technology Trends

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on January 24, 2012 | Comment (1)

    In our last roundtable we had the opportunity to discuss the five mega-trends impacting corporate technology. More ›

    Topics: Cloud Computing, Consumerization of IT, Data, Information Technology, Mobile, Social Media


  • Sapphire hums with Energy and Challenge Photo

    Sapphire hums with Energy and Challenge

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 18, 2011 | Comment (9)

    With more than 13,000 participants and legions more attending virtually, the Sapphireevent is one of the largest enterprise IT gatherings in the world. More ›

    Topics: Innovation, Mobile, Process, Technology


  • Lunch with Mike LaJoie (CTO, Time Warner Cable) Photo

    Lunch with Mike LaJoie (CTO, Time Warner Cable)

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 30, 2011 | Comment (26)

    Today I hosted Mike LaJoie (CTO, Time Warner Cable) for one of our CDS Tech lunches. Mike showed off TWC’s cool new ipad app that lets cable users watch their favorite shows anywhere in their home. More ›

    Topics: Career, Technology


  • Tech@Tuck is Tomorrow - Blizzard or Not! Photo

    Tech@Tuck is Tomorrow - Blizzard or Not!

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on January 12, 2011 | Comment (6)

    The storm that slammed the south has now arrived at Tuck. But we're digging out and preparing for a spectacular event. More ›

    Topics: Corporate Communications, Marketing, Social Media


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