Mobile Application Management(MAM)

Avoiding the Mobile App Cliff

9/5/2013
To create great mobile apps, developers need strong user experiences on the front end supported by strong back ends. But the fragmentation of OSes and complexity of the mobile ecosystem has created a gap between these requirements. This “mobile cliff” is leading to numerous mobile project failures, particularly in the enterprise. How can you avoid going over the edge?

From the Field to the Bottom Line

8/15/2013
Whether installing, repairing or maintaining, traditional field service was previously limited to just doing the job at hand — not anymore. Mobility in the field is the most viable way for companies to increase competitive advantage and improve the bottom line.

The New Mobile User Experience

8/6/2013
moTwin simplifies its backend integration and offers context-aware capabilities, HTML5 for Web and hybrid apps, and real-time content delivery.

What Do CIOs Dream About?

8/5/2013
When CIOs sleep (IF they sleep), do they dream of innovation? Increased mobility? Or do they have nightmares about enterprise apps and the budget for having it all?

New Aberdeen Report: Mastering the Enterprise Mobile Application Lifecycle

7/29/2013
Although organizations are developing mobile apps to remain competitive and improve business processes, most are not fully prepared to function internally as mobile app production companies. This report analyzes the pressures this increasing demand and shortage of app development skills places on organizations, and identifies the essential steps required to master the art of Mobile Application Lifecycle Management (MALM).

Scorecard for Mobile App Platforms

7/28/2013
Preliminary survey data shows that there is a clear correlation between the leading platforms and the degree to which their customers are calculating ROI.

Top 10 Headlines of Q2

7/21/2013
Microsoft may be No. 3 in mobile, but it's our No. 1 and No. 10 headlines for Q2 2013. Three other top 10s ruled this list — apps, myths and iOS7. Plus Samsung played all its enterprise cards and Google experimented.
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