The right back-end integration enables a two-way flow of data - one way to the app for productivity, and then back to the enterprise for insight.
New platform designed to help enterprises better manage apps after launch.
Acknowledging that it "tested the patience" of customers and assuring that "those days are over" executives from BlackBerry spoke directly to IT admins, end users and decision makers at BlackBerry Enterprise Forums around the country. Don't count it out, but BlackBerry is not fully back just yet - there is still no U.S. availability date.
The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) took the smart approach in developing its most recent mobile application — it began with the end result.
Is the app you're testing fully native, fully web or somewhere in between? There's no one-size-fits-all approach.
Do the solution offerings match enterprise needs? Chris Marsh, Principal Analyst, Enterprise Mobility, Yankee Group, gives his take on this year’s event.
Mobile portfolio combines security, analytics and app development software with cloud-based services and mobile expertise.
Lost and stolen devices, policy, apps, connectivity — there are many threats to the enterprise and a multi-layered approach to security is needed to minimize hidden risks and fill in the gaps.
Change accelerates for enterprises trying to manage and leverage mobility for more strategic gain, and for vendors catering to this audience. Get ready for the challenges and opportunities with the help of Yankee Group analyst Chris Marsh who tells us 10 things to prep for in 2013.
A recent (but now fixed) vulnerability in the ESPN ScoreCenter app, the No. 1 most downloaded sports app, could have compromised a device and risked data. This is just one example of how consumer apps continue to be a risk for the enterprise as BYOD grows into BYOA.