Oct. 31, 2012
-- Fargo, ND -- 10/31/2012 – In their coverage of the new Windows 8 release by Microsoft, The Next Web editor Paul Sawers spoke with Myriad Devices to comment on their perspective of developing on the new platform. Released a few days ago, the highly anticipated Windows 8 has had mixed reviews on it’s potential impact.
“The issue is what the market demands – our clients are businesses, and we develop on the platforms they ask, or what we recommend,” said James Dravitz, Chief Strategy Officer of Myriad Devices. “The underlying factor: Our clients want to go mobile, and they have the devices to do so.”
The Next Web is one of the world’s largest online publications that provides an international outlook on the latest news about technology, business, and culture. Windows 8 coverage across tech sites has been widespread, and many developers have similar concerns. “I’m excited to see how everything turns out,” said Dravitz. “We’
ll be watching the trends in Windows 8 as time goes on.”
Myriad Devices specializes in mobile app development, consulting, and integration to provide cutting edge mobile solutions to businesses. Based out of Fargo, ND, Myriad Devices has had national acclaim in the news and has received multiple awards for design and function. With hundreds of thousands of downloads in over 15 countries, Myriad Devices has been the destination for businesses looking for mobile solutions.