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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.
The acquisition expands The 451 Group's focus on the evolution of digital infrastructure, says chairman and CEO Martin V. McCarthy.
The top headlines from 2012 reflect how quickly mobility changes, and the stories from then to now show how much this pace of change is increasing. You can see how far things have come, and only imagine what this list will look like in 2013.
The solution enhancements include iOS and Android device management and security, new app portal design for familiar app storefront experience and new self-service portal for simplified device onboarding and management.
One app per year? No defined mobile leadership? Those days are over. In 2013, businesses had better include mobility as part of their overall strategic plan.
According to an IDC analyst, mobile/social/cloud/big data will account for 90% of all growth in the IT market, and the biggest category driving the growth will be mobile devices.
Simple mobile apps can be developed using just about any tools, but enterprise mobile apps are more complex, needing back-end integration security and identity management. Plus, to gain adoption, mobile apps must be created and deployed fast and with intuitive functionality. Learn how all of this can be easily accomplished with a mobile middleware platform approach.
What if you build an app that the workers don't like? What if IT hates your solution choice? What if it can't be changed without expense? Avoid these app traps.
Thirty-nine percent of the U.S. workforce is now operating in mobile or remote locations for a significant portion of their time. In this report from Yankee Group and Mobile Enterprise, analyst Chris Marsh reviews the transformational 2012 and looks at mobile opportunities of the future.