Enterprise Apps

Roundtable Reveals More Mobile Challenges Ahead

1/15/2013
Security; big data; BYOD; finding talent; keeping up and getting ahead — does this sound familiar? For a first-hand account of what top mobile challenges the enterprise is facing in the coming year, we turned to our Editorial Advisory Board in a virtual roundtable Q&A. Their collective experience is huge, as they all have worked through the evolution of technology in various roles over the years. Here are their insights.

Google Maps Coordinate With iPhones

1/15/2013
Getting dispatch information in real time is crucial to mobile employees in the field and this workforce management tool is now available on iPhones.

More Tablet Productivity with Good Apps

1/10/2013
Edit Microsoft Office and Adobe files with one of Good Technology’s new enterprise apps from big name third-party partners like Microsoft and Adobe.

Sophos Secures Per User, Not Device

1/9/2013
Combining endpoint and mobile protection to simplify security, the new Enduser Protection by Sophos strives to minimize IT expenses and improve business productivity in a multiple device BYOD environment.

MEAP, MADP and More: The New Rules of Application Development

1/4/2013
Mobile enterprise application platforms (MEAPs) promise a write-once, deploy-everywhere efficiency where the solution provider takes on the burden of supporting the next big device and embeds intuitive expertise in mobile interface design, along with offering speedy deployment and self-sufficiency, freeing IT departments who don't usually have the resources and budgets from expensive outside developers. This report examines the technology behind mobile application development for the enterprise and takes a look at the platform landscape.
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Logic would lead to the conclusion that utilizing a mobile first strategy—designing experiences for mobile devices and processes, with the mobile user in mind—would automatically lead to mobile productivity, but that is not the reality. Here are the critical things needed to take mobile productivity to the next level.