Oliver Marks


Oliver Marks consults and advises with on international digital business strategy, previously ran HP's Global Digital Enterprise Transformation team, managed the Sony PlayStation 'WorldWide Studios' collaboration and workflow environment, and has worked with the American Management Association, Sun, Docent/SumTotal Systems, Harvard Business School and McKinsey & Company. Oliver has dual US/UK citizenship, speaks at various conferences and on the occasional webinar. He is based in San Francisco. His personal site is www.olivermarks.com.

Oliver Marks professional work is defined by an objective viewpoint of the broad spectrum of vendors and options available to his clients and readers of this blog. Oliver provides an impartial perspective of vendors and is focused on contractual affiliation with end user clients in order to select appropriate solutions. As such he has no business relationships with the companies or services he recommends. The opinions, concepts and views put forward in this blog are solely those of Oliver Marks.

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Enterprise iTunes: The challenges of mobile collaboration management

Enterprise iTunes: The challenges of mobile collaboration management

Ex Microsoftie Nokia CEO Stephen Elop of Nokia announced he was 'diving forward' off the burning platform he alerted his fellow Nokia employees about earlier this week. This dive, as expected, was a jump to a primary partnership with the Microsoft phone ecosystem, but the whole episode brings up a number of interesting issues around enterprise scale collaboration.

February 11, 2011 by in Smartphones

AT&T's 3G Service Crisis: Will iPad Make it Even worse?

AT&T's 3G Service Crisis: Will iPad Make it Even worse?

I've been living with a Droid handset for a couple of months courtesy of Verizon Wireless and have been comparing it to my iPhone 3Gs. I'm wondering (dreading) what is going to happen to AT&T's US wireless service when the 3G iPads hit the market: service in major metropolitan areas is pretty appalling and now there is going to be another wave of 3G devices relying on an inadequate network.

March 21, 2010 by in Smartphones