Enterprise Apps

iMPak Health Announces NFC Enabled Cardiovascular Health and Wellness Mobile Application

RhythmTrak is a handheld, credit card sized ECG device that documents heart rates and heart rate variability, calculates R to R intervals, and single lead waveforms. The new mobile app is being launched on the Android Platform for both smart phones and tablets and the company plans to have the application on the iOS platform by the end of the year.

Applicasa Brings Its Mobile App Dev Platform to Android

Applicasa's solution enables developers and brands to quickly build server-side mobile apps that intelligently use backend data and offer a rich set of cloud-based features and functionality such as push notifications, geolocation, shopping carts, and customized deals and promotions.

Kony Debuts Management Tool for B2B and B2E Mobile Apps

Administrators can use Kony Mobile App Manager to manage Kony pre-built apps, custom-built and third-party apps running on the KonyOne Platform, or third-party or custom apps built outside the KonyOne Platform environment.

The New Apple iOS Version 6 - A Major Upgrade?

Apple's WorldWide Developer Conference is currently taking place out in San Francisco. Is there anything of key interest in what Tim Cook and his management team had to tell their audience yesterday? Hot new software developments? Dumping Google? Any hints of new devices that Apple may be planning to launch?

Good Adds GroupLogic App to Its Portfolio

Good Technology users will be able to add mobilEcho's secure Mobile File Management (MFM) capabilities to their existing infrastructure, while the Good Dynamics solution will provide assurance to IT managers that files are secure both at rest and in transit.
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