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Manjunath Bhat
Research Director
1 years at Gartner
16 years IT Industry

Manjunath (Manju) Bhat is a Research Director within Gartner's Mobile and Client Computing group, where he advises clients on all aspects of enterprise mobility. Read Full Bio

Optimize Performance through a Positive Interplay of Cognition, Emotion and Creativity

by Manjunath Bhat  |  April 21, 2017

It has long been said that technology is not a cure for human fallibility. In this blog post, I delve upon one of the leading causes for human fallibilities  – the overhead associated with emotional “buffer overflow” and “context switch”. In a computing system, a context switch occurs when the operating system and the CPU […]

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Unlock Digital Business opportunities using EMM capabilities

by Manjunath Bhat  |  March 4, 2017

Chris Silva and I recently published a research note, along with a few case studies on how organizations can use EMM capabilities to go beyond management and security of mobile devices. Unlock Mobile Digital Business Opportunities Using Enterprise Mobility Management Capabilities This blog post is not supposed to be an abstract of that note, but […]

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What can organizations learn from the Hardy-Ramanujan style of collaboration?

by Manjunath Bhat  |  August 31, 2016

This essay is about fostering collaboration in the workplace using lessons from the Hardy-Ramanujan story. These two people may appear very different on the surface, but are characterized by a passionate love for a subject they deeply cared about. Collaboration in the age of smartphones has come to mean ‘an act of working towards a […]

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Why is Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) so difficult to get right?

by Manjunath Bhat  |  June 14, 2016

Does EMM have to be so difficult? This is a question that bothers me very much, every single day. I mean from the perspective of the customer. Expectations soar high every time there’s a mention of an EMM implementation. And every time I feel I know the answer, there’s ‘one more thing’ that gets added […]

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