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Why we struggle with Windows application management

by Gunnar Berger  |  February 11, 2014  |  1 Comment

Over Christmas break my mind was flowing with great ideas for what I was going to do in 2014. I was fired up to do podcasts, video blogs, debate panels, then I got back to work and got a lot of extra stuff put on my plate (not pointing fingers but this is completely Chris Wolf’s fault). So alas all my great ideas went to the way side, luckily I had already shot my first video blog and after about a month of a delay I finally got around to finishing the edits on it. So without further ado I give you my first video blog on why we struggle with Windows application management.

After watching the blog I want to point out something I didn’t say: What I’m suggesting here isn’t a new idea, I talked to some of our analysts and they shared with me that they suggested this in 2007! Also, I think its interesting to that if you look at how mobile OSs are designed, they follow this model.

Gunnar

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