Go Mobile or Go Home
Some people talk mobile. I live it.
I am, without a doubt, the most mobile CIO in the USA. Name one other CIO that is so committed to mobile that immerses themselves all the way to the point of staying in a mobile home.
Me and my mobile office.
I’ve got my Samsung S4 wherever I go and I love my bluetooth headset. But nothing like rocking with my monster Bluetooth speaker. It’s like being back in the ’80s when I carry this bad boy on my shoulder. And I can still look cool rocking my Bluetooth headphones for phone calls on the other ear!
I love my iPad air.
My Chromecast so I can stream Nascar from my iPad or S4 to my TV.
My Slingbox for watching TV from wherever I am. I love slinging the DirectTV Sunday ticket to my mobile device when I travel.
My Go Pro for catching all the action. I can’t seem to find the right attachment for my cap…
My Zagg charger for charging my mobile devices.
My mobile humidifier from Brookstone. If water is good for your skin, PBR will be even better.
And my Bowflex weights don’t travel well but they sure work well for small spaces.
Someday, I’m going to upgrade to an RV which is a bit more mobile, but for now, I’m still more mobile than any other CIO.
Go mobile, or go home.
The point of this post got lost in the fun of the photo’s. The original intent was to stress how important mobile will be to your business in the coming years and the importance of immersing yourself in B2B mobile e-commerce. Once I saw the photo’s, I realized there was no possible way to weave in a serious message. So, I’ll settle for making you laugh and if by chance you start thinking more serious about your mobile strategy it will all be worth it. But if you want to read a small excerpt of my thoughts on mobile, read Is B2B Mobile Important?
Dale Denham, MAS+, is considered the industry’s top technologist and is the chief information officer at Geiger. Read Dale’s thoughts on technology, business, and the promotional products world ever other Tuesday. Follow Dale on Twitter @GeigerCIO.
Dale is a business leader who is best known for providing business-focused I.T. leadership. He believes technology is not limited to increasing efficiency, but is essential to driving revenue. Dale strongly believes having great people is the critical ingredient to success no matter how great your technology might be.
Known to many in the promotional products industry as a leading technologist, Dale is using his mix of business and technology to help drive the industry forward. One of the leaders and founders of the PromoStandards effort, Dale and others are working hard to address industry inefficiencies. Dale also is a board member of PPAI through 2018.