Windows 7 or Windows 8: No Loser for Microsoft
Posted by:Monica Samuel August 31st, 2012
The foray of Windows 8, expected in October, into enterprise spaces and homes is reminiscent of the time when Windows Vista was coming out. There was a stable and highly adopted Windows XP already running on many PCs then and Windows Vista came as a big letdown. Windows XP users stayed where they were till Windows 7 came out. Now … Continue reading “Windows 7 or Windows 8: No Loser for Microsoft”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 29th, 2012
With tablets offering capabilities earlier available only on PCs and PCs gaining tablet like features (Windows 8 with its Metro interface), the line between the two types is blurring, overlapping and even becoming lost in some places. An incredibly large number of information workers own tablets today, in most cases the iPad. Enterprises are launching dedicated mobile applications for Apple’s … Continue reading “Can iPad Replace PCs Yet?”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal August 23rd, 2012
Communication between companies and customers has changed forever with the advent of social media. Social networking portals are interactive platforms where companies familiarize customers with their brand and employees for better relationships and meaningful engagement. New age enterprise applications must incorporate social into their functionality for mutually profitable interactions with customers, employees, and partners. Facebook, Twitter and other popular social … Continue reading “Building Social Enterprise Applications”
Posted by:Monica Samuel August 21st, 2012
Mobile application developers master various languages and technologies to develop applications for Android and Apple products. While iPad is the clear favorite among mobile app developers, the latest Samsung product, Galaxy Note 10.1 is being seen as a possible frontrunner for Android application developers; with some even saying it has the potential to beat the iPad. … Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 – A Worthy Mobile Application Developer’s Platform”
Posted by:Monica Samuel August 16th, 2012
Most enterprises are opening up to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies in keeping with corporate employees’ preference of using personal mobile devices for personal and professional tasks. While IT teams try to reduce the risks associated with a heterogeneous mobile environment and BYOD with Mobile Device Management (MDM), it is not enough. Enterprises have to also consider a secure … Continue reading “Significance of Secure File Management to Mobile Security & BYOD”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 14th, 2012
The Office 2013 Preview was exciting for Microsoft users as well as custom applicationdevelopers. The preview clearly demonstrated Microsoft’s efforts to embrace cloud and mobility, as well as include added capabilities and features that will help enterprise appdevelopers create SharePoint and Word applications that are more complex and useful for end-users. At the same time, the … Continue reading “Application Developers’ Bonanza in SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal August 9th, 2012
There is no ‘one size fits all’ solution is mobile application development. The requirements and expectations of mobile users across enterprises and industry verticals vary. Only the feedback of users, vision of senior executives, and an understanding of technology can lead to a strong mobile strategy that assures your mobile solution serves your present and foreseeable future needs. … Continue reading “Enterprise Mobile Apps & Mobile Strategy”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 7th, 2012
The consumerization of IT is decidedly a disruptive technology. While the infiltration of personal devices into the corporate space has been gradual but consistent in the last few years, the positive side of the trend is becoming more apparent now; especially in the case of companies that met the trend head-on from the start. Many early adopters of the BYOD … Continue reading “IT Consumerization for A Competitive Edge”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 2nd, 2012
From what we’re seeing and hearing on the internet grapevine, mobile app developers, especially in the enterprise space, should get ready for Windows RT tablets and notebooks expected to flood markets from October to well within 2013. Media reports hint that Microsoft is tying up with multiple manufacturers to make a sweeping statement in the mobile market. Consumerism is hitting … Continue reading “Enterprise Mobile Application Developers Should Gear Up for Windows RT”

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