Research warns of C-suite exposure to mobile security threats

The C-suite, including the CEO, are most at risk from being hacked when working outside of the office, according to a new report from mobile connectivity provider iPass.

The findings, which appear in the company’s latest annual Mobile Security Report, show that of the 500 CIOs and senior IT decision makers surveyed, almost half (47%) were said to be ‘very concerned’ about mobile security threats, up from 36% in 2016. In total, 93% of organisations polled said they were either...

By James Bourne, 26 May 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Security.

Australia missing out on mobility maturity as Asia powers ahead, IDC argues

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Australia is moving behind several of its Asia Pacific counterparts when it comes to enterprise mobility maturity, according to IDC.

IDC puts businesses into five buckets with regards their mobility initiatives; ‘ad hoc’, or mobile experimentation, ‘opportunistic’, or basic mobility services, ‘repeatable’, defined mobile integration, ‘managed’, as in providing business innovation, and ‘optimised’, providing mobile...

By James Bourne, 26 May 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise Mobility.

Capriza announces one million member milestone, pinpoints micro apps for success

Enterprise mobility solutions provider Capriza has announced it has surpassed one million users in over 100 countries.

The company added that an uptake occurred after it launched its Micro Apps product last year – with usage figures at 200,000 just 18 months ago.

Among the statistics in the release was an interesting one: Capriza added its users have an average app interaction time per app of approximately 60 seconds. “It’s these kinds of seamless, instant, intuitive experiences that users...

By James Bourne, 25 May 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Development, Enterprise Mobility, RMAD.

How the enterprise machine is shaking up healthcare

The enterprise machine is the new wave of enterprise application management. Still a relatively new concept, utilizing the enterprise machine in your product lineup can help generate additional revenue and give you full control over the user experience.  

Of course, ranting and raving about the positive benefits of the enterprise machine means little if you aren’t...

By App47, 18 May 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise Mobility, MAM.

The anatomy of an IoT solution: Three layers to success

The pace of new technology becoming available is coming at organisations fast – and it’s only going to get quicker. IT leaders are under pressure to not only get up to speed on what new technology is best for the business but to also ramp it up into operations.

In this data-driven age, innovation often means incorporating new technologies like blockchain, the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning. Specifically for IoT, McKinsey estimates that IoT could generate $11.1 trillion a year in...

By Hans de Visser, 15 May 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise Mobility, IoT.

The five primary benefits of embedded analytics

We live in an age of applications. From fitness apps telling us how much we’re moving to our favourite retailers giving us the ability to shop on the go, applications have become integral to our day-to-day activities. At the same time, these simple-to-use, feature-rich applications in our personal lives have been raising our expectations for the capabilities and usability of the applications we use in the workplace.

This balance of application dominance and user expectations means that anyone developing...

By Tom Cahill, 11 May 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Data & Analytics, Enterprise Mobility.

VMware teams up with Oracle for app management on its managed cloud services

VMware will manage and secure business applications built on the Oracle Managed Cloud Services platform after the two companies announced a new partnership.

Oracle will leverage application management and security through VMware AirWatch, with the end result being that organisations can manage their Oracle application suite on a single unified platform, alongside other business-critical applications and devices through VMware Workspace ONE.

“Mobilising critical business processes is at the core of both...

By James Bourne, 08 May 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise Mobility, MAM.

Why mobile app development is a community with room for everybody

In the beginning, mobile app construction often started with end users sketching interfaces, data flow diagrams and designs – showing a picture to a highly trained, highly skilled developer – and saying “build it.” After a lengthy process of planning, hand coding, testing, prototyping and production, the app was ready – months, even a year later.

Fast forward to today’s zero-code development, in which apps are built from menus of already-built features, then deployed...

By Mike Gundling, 05 May 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, App Platforms, Development, Enterprise Mobility, RMAD.

In-house or third party? Enterprises shifting IT strategy with mobile at the heart of change

The majority of enterprises continue to rely on third-party vendors for IT services – but the plan is to take IT in-house, according to a new survey from B2B research firm Clutch.

The study, which polled 582 IT decision makers, found that of enterprises who outsource their IT needs, four in five are trending towards hiring domestic providers as opposed to offshore in 2017. Half of all enterprises surveyed said they planned to increase the amount of IT services handled in-house this year.

Whether a...

By James Bourne, 04 May 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Development, Enterprise Mobility.