Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-Up: May 18-22
M6 Mobility Exchange took place this past week. This event focuses exclusively on enterprise mobility, and features some of the brightest minds in the industry. You can follow along as the conference progressed by checking out #m6xchange on Twitter.
► Mobile First, But What’s Next?
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? A great mobile app experience is the next frontier in enterprise mobility.
► The new era of app development – mobile vs. legacy
The mobile app development landscape is shifting to suit the needs of businesses, as mobile apps are needed quickly. Whatever approach you take, whether it be hybrid, mobile web, or native, investing in a solution is important to bridge the gap between your legacy systems and mobile devices.
► Are HTML5 mobile apps an enterprise security concern?
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HTML5 mobile web apps are predicted to make up half of all mobile apps by 2016, which is no surprise because they are easy to deploy and work across all platforms. But what about security concerns that you should be aware of? Like anything, your IT team will need to be diligent in securing any apps that the company uses, no matter how they were built.
► Because you know I’m all about MBaaS: Challenges for the mobile enterprise
Backend integration is a key component of translating your business processes into mobile experiences, but it comes with its own set of challenges. How do you securely connect your backend data to your mobile apps? The answer could be MBaaS, or Mobile Backend as a Service.