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<p>Eric Everson: Founder of MyMobiSafe.com. As a pioneer in mobile security, Eric Everson led MyMobiSafe, LLC from R&D through startup. Today, MyMobiSafe Verified has become the hallmark of quality throughout the app-driven wireless community. Everson is a graduate of the Harvard Business School MIT Program and holds a bachelors degree in Marketing Management and masters degrees in Software Engineering and Business Administration. Everson remains extremely close to the mobile security industry as an innovation leader. As a lw student with an entrepreneurial spirit Everson is driven both academically and professionally by a passion for innovative technologies. </p>

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Microsoft and Nokia: MicroNokia - Beyond Face Value

Microsoft and Nokia: MicroNokia - Beyond Face Value

Microsoft and Nokia: MicroNokia - Beyond Face ValueAuthor: Eric Everson, Founder – MyMobiSafe.comThe world is a buzz today about the Microsoft and Nokia alliance (channeling the common tabloid practice of conjoining celebrity names as they couple, I guess this gives us “MicroNokia”).

published August 13, 2009 by

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Ubiquitous Software: When Worlds Collide

Ubiquitous Software: When Worlds Collide

Ubiquitous Software: When Worlds CollideAuthor: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comWith deep roots in the mobile software environment, something I’ve been toying with for a longtime now is the concept of the Ubiquitous Software Environment (USE).

published August 12, 2009 by

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Behind the Scenes: Next Gen Mobile Technology

Behind the Scenes: Next Gen Mobile Technology

Behind the Scenes: Next Gen Mobile TechnologyAuthor: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comWith infrastructure speeds continually improving at the network level of the world’s leading mobile telecommunications companies, the realities of “the third screen” are becoming more realistic.

published July 5, 2009 by

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Small Business: Project Driven Leadership

Small Business: Project Driven Leadership

Small Business: Project Driven LeadershipAuthor: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comWith the pressures of the economy weighting down on small business owners throughout the world, now is the time to implement business practices that promote success.

published May 31, 2009 by

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Windows 7: Paint a Lemon and Call it Innovation?

Windows 7: Paint a Lemon and Call it Innovation?

Windows 7: Paint a Lemon and Call it Innovation?Author: Eric EversonIn the automotive industry junk cars are dubbed lemons; these are the junkers that shady auto dealers repaint and polish just to make the cars more attractive to unsuspecting car buyers.

published May 13, 2009 by

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Small Business: The Power of Tradeshows

Small Business: The Power of Tradeshows

Small Business: The Power of TradeshowsAuthor: Eric EversonThe success of entrepreneurship is often achieved by getting your business or products in front of the right people at the right time. For most entrepreneurs that dilemma sounds simple enough to resolve until the rigorous reality of daily business begins to consume and otherwise capitalize your valuable time.

published May 13, 2009 by

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VeriSign Diving Into Mobile Security

VeriSign Diving Into Mobile Security

VeriSign Diving Into Mobile SecurityAuthor: Eric EversonThis week VeriSign announced the arrival of their new mobile app: VIP Access. The application is designed to create a more secure environment for online transactions via the existing VeriSign VIP Network.

published April 3, 2009 by

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Small Business: Thriving By Surviving The New Economy

Small Business: Thriving By Surviving The New Economy

Small Business: Thriving By Surviving The New EconomyAuthor: Eric EversonFor those of us with the audacity to remain firmly planted in our entrepreneurial pursuits despite the economic implosion around us, we face the trials of the new economy. While most media outlets are hinged on this word “recession” those of us running small businesses have come to know it as “reality”.

published April 2, 2009 by

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Conficker Not Targeting Microsoft Windows Mobile Devices

Conficker Not Targeting Microsoft Windows Mobile Devices

Conficker Not Targeting Microsoft Windows Mobile DevicesAuthor: Eric Everson, MyMobiSafeWith the digital security world buzzing today due to the recent mutations of the infamous Conficker virus, many mobile users are concerned that their Windows Mobile handset could be in jeopardy too. The reality is that this Conficker scare is actually just computer-based and so far we haven’t been able to identify any mobile-based variants that allow this threat to bleed into the mobile industry.

published April 1, 2009 by

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