Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: June 13-17
Apple held their yearly developer conference last week - what did we learn? Also, what your IT group can use in Windows 10 to support your mobile story, and why DevOps is an important component to enabling mobile in your organization.
Debating WWDC: Is Apple pushing forward or playing catchup? [VIDEO]
Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference took place this past week. What’s new? The company continues a trend of opening up their own platform for developers to take advantage of, and iOS 10 is no exception. Not only will their flagship mobile OS see improvements, but developers can look forward to changes to Mac OS and the Apple Watch as well.
Design thinking ensures a better mobile user experience
When IT embraces design as part of an overall mobile app experience, end users win. Not only should a mobile app look nice, but the UX, or user experience should always be taken into consideration as well. This means that every step of the app design and building process should keep the end user at the forefront.
Why DevOps and mobility represents a perfect match
DevOps, while not all that new in the enterprise, represents a great opportunity for organizations to gain traction with enabling mobility. When IT and software developers are working closely together, coding, testing, and deployment are more streamlined. With that, supporting mobile solutions is made easier because there is always a demand to move quickly.
Top 10 things mobile IT administrators need to know about Windows 10
With Windows 10, Microsoft has introduced a unified platform and has introduced a number of exciting features. Not only can you develop once and see your app on both mobile and desktop, but app distribution and management are all included.