iOS 8 hosts a lot of new features that may not appear ground breaking on their own, but together they reflect the evolution of Apple mobile devices as business tools. We've taken a look at some of the top new features and have some thoughts on what these new additions could mean in the work environment.
Enterprises are keeping their workforce happy and efficient by introducing enterprise mobility policies but at the risk of their data security, a new report asserts. The report, Security in the New Mobile Ecosystem, by Ponemon Institute on behalf of Raytheon, surveyed 618 IT security bods and aims to “examine the impact of mobile device, mobile apps and the mobile workforce on the overall security posture of organisations in the United States.”
A great enterprise app values users’ time. App startup time, data download time, time of app reactions, time spent navigating, time entering data – reducing these is how you create a high-performance, fast app that adds value to an enterprise. Here's how.
Yesterday, news broke that open source tech firm Red Hat had acquired mobile backend as a service (MBaaS) provider FeedHenry. The move plays into Red Hat’s needs to increase its footprint in the mobile space, as well as FeedHenry’s desires to increase its bidding power globally. Here’s what we know so far.
Open source cloud technology provider Red Hat has announced a definitive agreement to buy Irish mobile backend as a service (MBaaS) firm FeedHenry. In a blog post, FeedHenry CTO Micheal O’Foghlu noted how the two companies were “perfectly aligned”, and the excitement ahead.
iOS 8 is about workflow. iOS 8 is about data-sharing. iOS 8 is about giving app developers the tools and techniques to build more sophisticated user experiences. Most CIOs are underestimating the impact of iOS 8 on their mobile strategies. Here are three questions they should be asking to get ready:
Every company should have a solid, safe piece of kit to allow employees to collaborate on projects in mobile and real time. If played correctly from the C-suite it can improve workplace morale and productivity – fewer pointless meetings, for example. Communications provider Jive Software, one of the cabs off the rank, is launching integration with Microsoft Office365 to enable employees to more seamlessly integrate with the on-premise and cloud versions of Microsoft’s software.
BlackBerry has outlined on its business blog the most important facets clients and vendors need in an enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution – and it wants your dollars to solidify its bet. Joe McGarvey, BlackBerry enterprise mobility strategist, outlined 10 “must-have capabilities” for organisations to succeed, with self-service, automation and contextual management hitting the top three.
Dan Dearing, VP marketing at enterprise mobility provider MobileSpaces, argues the “concern” around wearable devices in the enterprise is a “good indicator” of the rate of change that consumerisation is bringing. Speaking to Enterprise AppsTech, Dearing argues that there shouldn’t be that much of an issue at the device level.
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Enterprise mobility provider Cortado has unveiled its ThinPrint cloud printer for Mac, enabling Apple users to print anywhere from the cloud. The company’s ThinPrint solution came to wider attention back in April following the release of Office365 for iPads.