Turn Data into Gold with APIs Success Kit

Download this success kit to learn how leading companies have taken their existing data and turned it into new revenue streams. This kit includes 7 tips to turbocharge your mobile strategy, 2 success stories and Q&A with companies that have been successful at turning their data into gold.

Total Cost of Ownership - Rugged and Consumer Tablets

Avoid the lure of shiny tablets – they cost more than you think! Total cost of ownership is more than just the cost of hardware – maintenance, lost productivity and potential data loss are key considerations. While the lure of low cost consumer tablets are strong, they can impact your bottom line – and not in a positive way.

Harnessing BYOD Phenomenon - An IT Guide

Workers across a range of industries increasingly expect to access corporate resources and productivity tools from personal mobile devices. Learn how to harness the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon, meeting demands for secure, accessible mobile enterprise applications with reliable methods to deliver these apps across dozens of personal devices.

The Fastest Path to Mobile Enterprise App Development

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.

Form, Function and Real ROI – A Rugged Smartphone that Delivers

Today’s rugged smartphones contain functionality that meet or exceed  what consumer-grade devices can offer, and they will last for years in the tough environments encountered by today’s mobile workforce. Consider this needs-based list of what a rugged smartphone handheld computer can do for your enterprise.
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Mobile Risk: Security Is Not a Game

IDC predicts 2 billion mobile devices will be shipped by 2017, while Gartner expects a 26 billion Internet of Things installed base (excluding smartphones and tablets) by 2020. With more devices, more machines, more connectivity comes more risk.