Category Archives: technology

Microsoft will buy Dropbox 0

My colleagues knows I’m saying that Microsoft will buy Dropbox, sooner or later. Why? Well, first of all, let’s remember that Dropbox relays on Amazon EC2 instances (even if it’s only just temporarily) therefore they TCO may be easily modified by Amazon. There’re explanations about why has sense for Dropbox to use Amazon to store […]

Awsesome Contactless marketing… by Apple 0

I’ve been involved in a contactless payment project, in fact, maybe one of the biggest projects in Spain. Among other powerful reasons (such a VISA and Mastercard support) one reason to choose NFC as a technology to implement contactless payment is because it’s an standard. I do love standards Apple has shown its contactless solutions […]

Mobile phone operating system quotas in Q3 2013 0

An advantage of being late in writing is that you may think twice what you say… it didn’t guarantee your’re right, on the other hand. You may say the quotas among mobile OS in 2013 Q3 there’s only to be told. It’s obvious that Android and iOS are the 75% of the market if we […]

What I make for a living? 0

Sometimes I’m asked about my job and what it consist in. Well, time ago I used to joke about and I used to repeat a line from a film; I solve problems. Now, seriously; in my LinkedIn profile I describe myself as a IT Trusted Advisor. So, what does it means? I help my customers […]

How the future is going to be? 0

I work on choosing the best option for a customer need. I’ve to be a step ahead, what does it mean? Probably this is more related with an attitude than with a type of task. Look forward, imagine, and if something is not possible right now so let everything ready for upcoming things and …make […]

Blackberry sell to Fairfax 0

There has been a lot of buzz about Blackberry’s sell to Fairfax, its major stockholder. Please, let me remind you a few previous material: I said Firefox OS was a “maybe” although I’m convinced it’s late. I also said that Ubuntu for phones was definitely late and it has a lack of company support that […]

Who is the most important company on Big Data? 0

Who is the most important company on Big Data? Google, no doubt. Here I may finish the post… no way. Big Data is becoming “a must” in many environment. Companies but also governments that wants to develop a consistent Open Government strategy needs to meet with Big Data. You may find different approaches to it, […]

Retail in 2020 0

Have you ever wonder how Social Media, IT, Marketing are adding value to the final customer retail experience? Well, here you got a short video with some interesting ideas, and it’s entertaining (Source: CocaCola Retailing Research)

Open Government 0

Have you ever heard to talk about Open Government? If you don’t you should start by having a look on Wikipedia’s Open Government article. This one of my latest focus of interest, the technology meets with society and allows access information about how we’re managing our cities and countries. If you want to know more […]

Firefox OS? maybe 0

I was talking about Ubuntu for phones and I argued that it will not succeed because of the lack of companies -mobile manufacturers- supporting the OS, among others issues. Well now it’s time for another player to come, Firefox OS is on the air. Firefox OS has a true support. The most important telcos are […]