Why are CIOs looking at MAM versus traditional MDM?
Posted by:Ranjani Rao November 29th, 2013
Mobile Application Management (MAM) is becoming a big part of enterprise mobile strategy along with traditional Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions. Some companies are even opting for MAM in place of MDM. Why? MDM for device and data security First, let’s understand what MDM is for. With MDM, enterprise IT can keep tabs on the mobile devices used by employees, … Continue reading “Why are CIOs looking at MAM versus traditional MDM?”
Posted by:Srini Bhopal November 29th, 2013
Mobile solutions are transforming how sales executives conduct their business,integrate with marketing departments,and engage customers. As custom mobile apps for sales ( mSales) continue to help sales departments reduce costs, optimize workflows, and deliver higher monetary returns and competitive advantage, make way for mobile POS. Prepare for retail billing, inventory management and logistics to go the mPOS way. The point-of-sale … Continue reading “Off with Traditional Point of Sale systems. On with mobile POS!”
Posted by:Suparna Rao November 29th, 2013
If smartphones and tablets are the sugared cake for on-the-move sales reps and executives in the enterprise, voice recognition technology is surely the cherry on the top. Or they will be once enterprise applications can tap into speech engines more intelligently. Siri, Apple’s voice assistant, Android’s multiple voice assistants are some of the popular apps we know but there’s a … Continue reading “Voice Recognition’s Potential for Mobile Enterprise Workers”
Posted by:Leesa John November 29th, 2013
Here’s a simple answer – Temple Run is free, Temple Run is fun, Temple Run is a smash hit, and you don’t have to be a young geek or a game-freak to get hooked! 170 million downloads since August 2013 – the numbers speak for themselves. What’s The Fuss All About? Still, trying to make sense of it – here’s … Continue reading “What Makes Temple Run Such A Huge Hit?”
Topics : UX
Posted by:Ranjani Rao November 29th, 2013
The funny part is the name. Sencha. Did you know that Sencha is the name of a Japanese green tea? It’s made without grinding the leaves. Lightly simmered, extremely flavorful and yet terrifically adaptable – you’re getting the drift? Native Is As Native Does…. Sencha – mobile app development, mobile web apps, cross platform app development App Developers have … Continue reading “Sencha – The Rising Star Among Mobile App Development Tools”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao November 29th, 2013
Take a look at a ground-breaking mobile app such as everyone’s favorite FT app. The Financial Times app has caught on so quickly and is used on literally every mobile device because it’s an HTML5 app. What makes the difference here? Well, Consider This Really quick development and testing cycles, quicker than for a native mobile app Really quick deployment … Continue reading “The Impact Of HTML5 On Mobile App Development”
Posted by:Suparna Rao November 28th, 2013
With Android capturing the larger share of the smartphone market, it’s a major targeted platform for consumer and enterprise mobile apps. Google Play is the Android’ marketplace for your app to garner worldwide visibility. Your mobile app development team has developed an app with the Android SDK, tested it for core app quality, and is ready to publish … Continue reading “10 Steps to Launching an App on Google Play”
Posted by:Monica Samuel November 28th, 2013
The much talked about iOS 7 update has started filtering into iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices across the globe. Mobile app development teams and mobile app design teams are eager to get their hands on it. But, it’s triggering mixed reactions. The new interface has a lot of zooming in and out, panning and automation that’s nice … Continue reading “Love It or Hate It: iOS 7 is Here”
Topics : UX
Posted by:Srini Bhopal November 28th, 2013
Employees demand enterprise mobile apps for flexibility and productivity. Consumers demand mobile apps to stay connected and manage tasks on the go. Enterprises want mobile apps because they want their employees and customers to be happy; and of course, they want to be ‘in’ with the trend. That’s the first mistake employers make. The decision to go mobile … Continue reading “10 Mistakes Enterprises Make with Mobile Apps”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao November 28th, 2013
Now with PhoneGap, developers can easily build cross-platform mobile apps. PhoneGap literally bridges the gap between web applications and phone devices. How does it do this? By using standards-based web technologies like JavaScript, CSS and HTML5. Pretty impressive, huh? Oh, and did we mention it’s an open source framework? Did You Know? More than 400,000 mobile app developers … Continue reading “Phone Gap – The coolest mobile app development framework”

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