Developers continue to put more of an emphasis on the development of mobile applications, with most of them believing Apple's iOS to be primed for the most success in the mobile enterprise world.
The new application allows companies to manage, share and collaborate on projects across platforms by using an HTML5 code base.
The relatively-young company has received a big boost from three separate investment firms, which it plans to dedicate to the expansion of its mobile app development tools and the creation of a sales and marketing team.
SAP is providing its EHS Management 2.0 application to Pelican Products in the latter company's effort to manage, prevent and reduce incidents and near-misses on a company-wide scale.
British company Screenreader has debuted a suite of applications that helps the blind and visually-impaired get around, select items and even avoid potential dangers.
Enterproid has released their enterprise application 'Divide' on iOS. Previously an Android-only application, the enterprise solution is expected by the company's CEO to serve a worldwide client base on both operating systems.
According to a Cognito survey, many British companies are having trouble adopting and implementing mobility in the workplace, with a lack of funding, time and other resources as the main reason.
Nuvon's VEGA (Vectored Event Grid Architecture) platform and its new Nuvon Mobile Device Manager, a mobile point-of-care appliance, combine to deliver highly accurate patient data to doctors and clinicians.
Good's integration of eight third-party ISVs is combined with heightened security measures to increase mobile workforce efficiency, as well as the secure transfer, storage and editing of data.
OneLogin for iPad allows users to access the same apps on their iPad that they can access anywhere with a single set of login credentials, which is expected to be beneficial for OneLogin and IT administrators alike.