I just came back from last week’s Dynamics User Group meeting in Phoenix and it truly was a dynamic event. Approximately 7,000 users, along with partners, converged on The Phoenix Convention Center to hear the latest information about their technology ecosystems, share ideas and experiences, and...
Seasoned technology marketer, author on Thought Leadership, speaker and trainer. Choir singer and avid cook.
A couple of years ago, after being a long-time user of Nokia and Windows phones, I decided to switch to an iPhone. I felt very uncomfortable about the transition. Even though I knew bits and pieces about the Apple world I was about to embark on, I stared at my new smartphone in horror.
As consumers, we’ve all experienced the joy of browser-based, easy-to-use and beautiful applications made with user interface expertise at the core. At work, however, we’re still grappling with slowly developed, awkward and downright ugly business software. Why?