While design and usability are often top of mind when it comes to putting together an enterprise mobile app, extensive consideration has to be done for the retrieval and interaction with the backend systems needed to keep employees productive.
In an aim to capture the brief moments that people use to interact with mobile apps, where should you focus your resources? Shooting for app downloads isn’t a good metric, but expanding your reach by...
Knowing that the demand for mobile enterprise apps are there, what is the best approach to take in building them? As mentioned, going the RMAD route is a viable solution. You may also considered outsourcing development to a third party. There are pros and cons to each investment.
Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) took place this week. As expected, Apple revealed iOS 9, plus updates to the Apple Watch SDK. It’s apparent that the company is gunning for Google with contextual enhancements to Siri much like Google Now.
Lately Microsoft has been grabbing up well designed stand-alone mobile apps to add to their suite of products. This is likely an effort to quickly gain traction among mobile users who previously rejected the Windows Phone because of the lack of common apps found on iOS and Android.
Often a mobile strategy also entails a cloud strategy as well; they are symbiotic parts of a system that delivers meaningful content. The extensive list presented here could be considered the groundwork for defining a mobile strategy in general...
Mobile First is taking over business everywhere: people are bringing their devices to work, and companies are scrambling to manage people and data in the most secure ways possible. But where are all the great business mobile apps?
Indeed, organizations across all industries are ramping up mobile adoption by embracing different mobile app approaches to address their most common processes.
The SAPPHIRE NOW event took place this week, and Irfan Khan, SAP's CTO talked about Sitrion ONE during his keynote address and how our smart mobile solutions make people more productive.
CIOs have many challenges in choosing the right technologies to keep their employees productive. Gone are the days where IT can provide bloated enterprise solutions. Employees must be engaged with what they’re using.