Center Blog: Innovation

  • 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


  • From Walkman to iPod: What Music Tech Teaches Us About Innovation Photo

    From Walkman to iPod: What Music Tech Teaches Us About Innovation

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on May 04, 2012 | Comment (0)

    A short history of the songs in our pockets -- and how late-comer Apple came to dominate the business of portable music. More ›

    Topics: Music, Technology


  • Apps and The Wide Lens Photo

    Apps and The Wide Lens

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on March 12, 2012 | Comment (4)

    The Wide Lens is a must read for CIOs or for anyone launching a new product or service. More ›

    Topics: Apps, Mobile


  • Cloud offers Clear Benefits but the Rate of Adoption is Varied Photo

    Cloud offers Clear Benefits but the Rate of Adoption is Varied

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on February 27, 2012 | Comment (1)

    Last week, I attended the Center's Tech@Tuck conference on cloud computing. The conference allowed us to interact with vendors who leverage the cloud to provide vital services to clients and to attend a panel discussion with executives from top firms that offer cloud products. More ›

    Topics: Cloud Computing, Consumerization of IT


  • Is the Enterprise Cloud all about Costs? Photo

    Is the Enterprise Cloud all about Costs?

    Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on February 13, 2012 | Comment (4)

    To an enterprise, the Cloud promises to reduce upfront investments costs required for servers and software licenses, while at the same time enable IT departments to shrink headcount. So what do the data show? More ›

    Topics: Cloud Computing, Innovation, Software


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