Apple-IBM: If You Can’t Beat Them, Partner With Them!
Posted by:Nithin Rao July 30th, 2014
I know, the first thing on everyone’s mind after reading the title is this – “So, who caved in first, accepted defeat and decided to partner instead? Well, let me set that record straight. Both Apple and IBM are winners, huge successes and have spawned their own thriving ecosystems. But, are they competing for superiority in the same space? Not … Continue reading “Apple-IBM: If You Can’t Beat Them, Partner With Them!”
Posted by:Jyoti Trehan July 29th, 2014
Monitoring was the most important requirement when computers were just computers. What I mean by this statement are those times when there were barely any monitors or consoles attached to the computers, when printing was a costly affair and storing, backing up and restoring data was a big challenge! Monitoring was one of the main features that the mainframes provided … Continue reading “Monitoring- The Most Abused Requirement”
Posted by:Richard Smith July 28th, 2014
Ever heard of this? Take a second chance. I am sure you will recognize SMAC – Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud. So what is T ? Time up! ‘T’ stands for Things from IoT, i.e. Internet of Things. So in the days ahead, it is going to be Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud and Things. Sounds like a huge … Continue reading “SMACT”
Posted by:Richard Smith July 24th, 2014
The widespread adoption and use of mobile technologies is opening new and innovative ways to improve health and health care delivery. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, responsible for protecting public health by assuring the safety, effectiveness, quality, and security of human and veterinary drugs, vaccines and other … Continue reading “Insights into the FDA regulation of mobile medical apps”
Posted by:Nithin Rao July 23rd, 2014
This post is part of a series (read parts 1234567 ,8 ,9 ,10 and 11 here) on building forms in mobile apps. There are several interesting ways in which we can validate form inputs on a mobile app. Keeping in mind the several … Continue reading “Handling Submissions and Validations in Mobile App Forms”
Posted by:Ranjit Anand July 22nd, 2014
Have you had a few people waiting for tasks on the project? Or, instances where they wait for a task to complete to start another? Get into the shoes of project managers. Optimal utilization of people on a project is one of the most classic challenges of project managers. Many a time we realize, towards the end of the project, … Continue reading “People Utilization: 3 most probable misses in a project”
Posted by:Shyam Deval July 17th, 2014
Mobile Strategy’ may almost seem like a cliché nowadays but if you are a company for which consistent positive customer engagement, high employee productivity and operational efficiency as well as efficient partner and supplier relationships are critical for business success, you will be very unwise to ignore this cliché. And if you are not one of these companies, … Continue reading “Mobile Strategy – To or Not To?”
Posted by:Nithin Rao July 16th, 2014
One superior, seamless customer experience to rule them all! With strides in mobility and capable supply chain management, it has become possible for retailers to provide a continuous and unbroken shopping experience to customers, regardless of the channels they use on the way. Mobile devices, tablets, laptops, computers, brick-and-mortar stores, direct mail…whatever the medium is or the number of back … Continue reading “Omni-Channel Retailing: What Mobility Brings To The Table”
Posted by:Jayas Damodaran July 15th, 2014
In today’s fast paced competitive business environment, implementing mobility in your business is no longer a “nice to have option” – but an absolute necessity.  And if you are a mid market company aspiring to grow into the big league, Enterprise Mobility is surely a key driver for growth that you cannot afford to ignore. Let us take … Continue reading “Top 5 Reasons Why Mid Market Companies Should Get “Mobile” Now!!”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao July 14th, 2014
What is the most serious concern that any organization will raise while discussing enterprise mobility? Mobile platforms? User experience? Interoperability? All these are important. But security tops the list! There are mainly three components to consider while talking about security – device, app and data. Each of these components has to be dealt with discretion while thinking of security. Enterprises … Continue reading “App Wrapping – Between the draconian MDM and the vulnerable BYOD”

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