Weekly Enterprise Mobility Wrap-up: Oct 24-28
In this week's Mobility Wrap-up: What does it take to develop a solid, useful enterprise mobile app? Also, the myths of developing mobile apps, and measurable return on investment beyond boosting employee productivity with mobile.
Developing enterprise mobile app for the first time
What does it take to develop a solid, useful enterprise mobile app? Before even one line of code is written, there is plenty of research to do to ensure that the needs of the end users will be met. Identifying common pain points with stakeholders is an excellent way to gain an understanding of how to solve things for them by way of mobile apps.
Managing enterprise mobility within your organization
With ever increasing demand for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in companies, that means then that IT must have ways of dealing with the phenomenon: both from the standpoint of securing company data and also keeping workers own personal data separate. This oftentimes means considering and MDM (Mobile Device Management) platform.
The myths of enterprise mobile development
In developing enterprise mobile apps, there are some common misconceptions that can occur. For one, you must consider involving end users at the beginning of development, not waiting until afterwards. There are also some assumptions about cost and types of development, which must be considered ahead of time to avoid snags.
Benefits of adopting enterprise mobility
Undoubtedly, mobility can help workers in many ways. There is the obvious case of boosting productivity of workers, but you can also count on better customer experience and see a measurable return on investment.