What’s happening in the world of mobility? Here are this week’s moves by the major players.
A multi-channel mobile communications approach helps enterprises create timely, personalized, and ongoing engagement with employees across the business.
Pure HTML5 platform is designed to securely enable enterprise data and applications across the fixed and mobile divide.
Designed to help enterprises reduce app development cost, latest release of 4th generation platform adds development accelerators and integration with technology partners.
Solution combines high capacity Wi-Fi with best in class BYOD to provide easy device onboarding, automatic device-based policy enforcement, granular application filtering, and robust device management to smart Wi-Fi.
Verivo Akula designed to solve enterprise mobility issues by simplifying the complexities of building, securing and controlling custom enterprise apps.
As part of its Enterprise Mobile Management platform, new feature for iOS devices enables IT staff to troubleshoot any issue from afar with just a web browser – they get the control they need over the corporate data/apps without intruding on the user’s private data/apps.
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Microsoft's certification company enables enterprises, app developers to certify mobile apps without the cost of setting up a test lab.
Employees want the same UX they get from personal apps in the ones they use at work, and “Fiori” embraces the user, with simplified HTML5 apps, designed to work seamlessly across devices.