Enterprises mull rethinking mobile app development
Comprehensive research data published by the eminent research firm ABI Research had predicted that revenues accrued by the global mobile application market will exceed $30bn by the end of 2012. However, despite the forecast of encouraging figurse, the response for enterprise implementation of mobile apps remains lukewarm.
Enterprise mobile development: Emerging trends and their impact
In 2011, most employees started using smart mobile devices. In 2012, several businesses allowed users to bring their own devices to work; IT security personnel battled the security problems that this trend gave birth to. This years, corporate corridors are reverberating with sounds of IT-related words: BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), Mobile Osmosis, Mobile Device Management, Mobility Apps and Mobile Security.
IBM expands MobileFirst initiative to protect iOS enterprise apps
Tech giant IBM is rolling out enhanced enterprise security software, in the shape of IBM AppScan Source 8.7 for iOS, helping keep Apple apps and devices safe. This is another indication that IBM, expanding on its MobileFirst initiative, is strengthening its mobile plays, having made 10 acquisitions in the mobile realm since 2006.
Intel focusing on enterprise app space #AppsWorld
Intel is using its Intel Developers Conference this year to push towards enterprise apps and engaging developer communities. And according to the computing giant, this year will see huge leaps in the enterprise app space.
How to make better apps for small to medium sized businesses
Small businesses have been quick to embrace mobility, but lack of SME relevance has stunted uptake of the technology. Adrian Kelly, Products and Services Director, at Sage UK and Ireland explains how putting the needs of small business owners at the centre of the development process delivers business insight when and where it's needed.
Why measuring ROI on enterprise apps kills innovation #Appsworld
Measuring the ROI of enterprise apps on a case by case basis can hamper innovation, according to experts appearing in the enterprise track at Apps World this morning.
#AppsWorld preview: Why enterprise app development is ‘a people project’
"If you build it, they will come" - No they won't. Not unless you build it with them in mind. We got some insight from Paul Heybourne, global technology innovation manager at the insurance giant Aviva ahead of his appearance at Apps World in October.
Apigee enhances enterprise grade API management
Application programming interface management company Apigee has revamped its platform, aiming to make enterprise-grade API management available to all users.
Meteor raises over £7m in enterprise app fund drive
The innovative idea of a start-up helping a start-up is in evidence with Meteor Development Group’s multi-million pound fund to aid enterprise app development.
Why enterprise app devs love iOS and flirt with Windows 8
There’s been a significant shift in the attitude of enterprise app developers to the various competing app platforms, with iOS emerging as a clear favourite, and Windows 8 making a surprise appearance.