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Posted by:Nithin Rao December 30th, 2013
Why do some mobile apps seem impossible to like while others seem practically psychic? Mobile app developers the world over would certainly like to know. Wouldn’t you? What’s the differentiator between a good mobile app and a bad one? In a nutshell, User experience design. Great mobile experience has very little to do with which tool or which … Continue reading “5 Best Practices In Mobile App Design”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal December 19th, 2013
Don’t fancy being constantly frustrated by behavior and performance issues from your custom mobile app? Wondering which best practices to follow to create compelling custom apps? Designing a custom mobile app is always a unique proposition. Whatever you’ve learned by developing custom desktop apps will only go so far! Most enterprises have discovered, to their cost, that disappointing end … Continue reading “Must-Read Best Practices For Developing Custom Mobile Apps”
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Posted by:Srini Bhopal December 19th, 2013
How would you like to see how your major KPIs are performing across the board at a single glance? Wouldn’t that help you make instant, sure-fire decisions? Yes it would. Custom Mobile Apps and Mobile dashboards can enable you with instant access to business-critical information from multiple sources. This will help you make instant, wise decisions, which will result in … Continue reading “How Mobile Dashboards Help With Decision Making”
Posted by:Leesa John December 18th, 2013
Employee market or not, what employees want still rules. Employees want to bring their own devices to work, and they will. They’re not happy with company-issued boring devices, and who’s to blame them? The interesting thing here is that it’s not just employees who support BYOD. About 37% of all corporates have given in to the BYOD trend – start … Continue reading “BYOD – To Allow Or Not Allow – That Is The Question”
Posted by:Leesa John December 18th, 2013
Employee market or not, what employees want still rules. Employees want to bring their own devices to work, and they will. They’re not happy with company-issued boring devices, and who’s to blame them? The interesting thing here is that it’s not just employees who support BYOD. About 37% of all corporates have given in to the BYOD trend – start … Continue reading “BYOD – What Type Of Creature Is That?”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao December 18th, 2013
Cross platform mobile applications are becoming increasingly popular in enterprises. One code base and multiple platform implementations? Who doesn’t want that? But it couldn’t be that simple, could it? Of course not. Cross platform applications must conform to certain guidelines to work well. Just because they’re cost-effective versus native apps doesn’t mean you can be lax. Here are 5 cross … Continue reading “5 Best Practices for Cross Platform App Development”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal December 15th, 2013
Legacy migration is a huge project that many business heads push back for as long as possible. But if the holdup costs you your customers, what then? As a new age business, you would want to leverage latest technology to offer customers the best experience you can deliver. After all, what company can afford to lose its edge … Continue reading “Is Your Legacy Application Holding You Back?”
Posted by:Leesa John December 13th, 2013
Mobile app security – overhyped? Yes. Absolutely essential? Yes. What with mobile commerce, massive convergence and BYOD, can anyone afford to ignore mobile app security? NO. Mobile applications are growing, and enterprise mobility as an industry is here to stay. So are the security challenges. So how do you serve up the latest tech while keeping the bad guys at … Continue reading “Mobile App Security… Oh dear God!”
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Posted by:Srini Bhopal December 9th, 2013
Custom applications work for enterprises because they fit existing processes and workflows to perfection, ensuring a shorter learning curve and faster ROI. But are they essential to all businesses? Certain organizations cannot manage without custom application development. These are businesses with very specific workflows that cannot match with off the rack applications. If the enterprise application must integrate with existing … Continue reading “Is Custom Application Development Always Better?”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal December 9th, 2013
Enterprise users love the iPad. It’s the perfect size for working on the go, ideal to carry around and fish out for impromptu discussion. Furthermore, iPad app developers from around the world have ensured that the 9incher does not lack enterprise grade mobile applications. Busy travelling executives can stay connected with work, build and craft strategies on the … Continue reading “Mobile App Functions CXOs Love on iPad”

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