iOS, Android, Windows Phone. We are constantly being asked, "What's the right platform?", "Should we support Android?", "Is anyone running Windows Phone?". The real question is, what's the right answer for your business. The truth is, it really depends on your business and purpose.
I recently saw an entrepreneur invest heavily on iOS, for an idea that will never work on iOS (for technical reasons). It was awful to see all that work go down the drain, because that CEO wasn't given the information he needed to properly steer his business.
At Geisel Software, we don't just "write apps." We make it our business to understand your business. In the end, that means getting the information you need, to turn every app release into a home run.
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The Internet of Things is big, and getting bigger. Breakthroughs in technology, falling costs, and a growing market mean it is an increasingly exciting space to get into.
When most people think of IoT, they think of the Connected Home. The idea that your car can talk to your front door, which can talk to your lighting, which can talk to your stove.
When the Internet of Things (IoT) first became a “thing”, just a few years ago, expectations for the space were astronomical. Analysts were predicting the market for connected devices by 2020 could be as high as 100 billion units.
Brian is a life-long software developer who loves to help others succeed. A frequent source for media outlets, such as BBC, Entrepreneur and Bloomberg, Brian also frequently speaks at universities, conferences and the like. His new book, "Unravelling the Internet of Things" will be available soon on Amazon.com.