The Unusual Project Manager
Posted by:Ranjit Anand July 31st, 2015
Yes, the unusual one. Given the fast moving environment around the projects, it is very important that the project manager stays on top of execution plan. Now, for this, a number of processes or rules would help. But something that is way more beneficial both on the short or the long term is the unusual traits of a project manager. … Continue reading “The Unusual Project Manager”
Posted by:Shyam Deval July 29th, 2015
The potential to change the face of Medical research. Apps to revolutionize medical studies and the power to transform medicine. As with any disruptive technology from Apple, the expectations from ResearchKit too have been many. And ResearchKit has not disappointed. Medical researchers are faced with many challenges today – from lower participation rates, selection biases driven by demographics of research … Continue reading “52 Things About ResearchKit That Every Medical Researcher Should Know”
Posted by:Shyam Deval July 22nd, 2015
When we at BTC work with clients for whom we design and develop mobile applications, it is our constant endeavor to help them understand the need to plan for the entire lifecycle of the mobile application,going beyond the initial development and deployment. It’s not always an easy concept to digest, especially if the project is a … Continue reading “Why Use A Mobile Application Lifecycle Management Process”
Posted by:Shyam Deval July 16th, 2015
While Enterprise Mobility is almost on every company’s radar, not every company is the at the same maturity level when it comes to enterprise mobility strategy. A meaningful and well articulated strategy requires taking into consideration the risks and benefits that come with enterprise mobility – from apps, to integration with backend systems, to clearly spelt … Continue reading “Who made the list? Gartner’s 2015 Magic Quadrant For Enterprise Mobility Management”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao July 15th, 2015
Social Plugins are a great way to promote your app and share the outcomes of using the app with other people. However, easy as it sounds, there are a few things that need to be kept in mind by developers when they face business requirements that need social plugins to be used. 1. Check versions and their provisions A lot … Continue reading “5 Things App Developers Must Keep In Mind With Social Plugins”
Posted by:Richard Smith July 10th, 2015
Enterprises have been slower to embrace mobile applications than consumers for a number of reasons including concerns over security, lack of people with the right skills and more. More often than not, when companies begin to explore the benefits of mobile applications, they start with sales and marketing. Frequently that will mean a catalog app of some kind … Continue reading “B2B Catalog Sales Apps: Build or Buy?”
Posted by:Shyam Deval July 8th, 2015
In my blogs over the last few weeks, I took a high level look at what is included under the hood in newly introduced Apple ResearchKit. I also touched upon functional details on the three out of box modules provided in the ResearchKit software framework – Surveys, Informed Consent and Active Tasks. You can get into more implementation … Continue reading “Issues and Concerns in Apple ResearchKit”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao July 7th, 2015
From all the buzz and noise about “enterprise” mobility, the expectation would be that all companies have some sort of mobile offering for their workforce.But the ground reality is that the buzz has still not translated into a majority of businesses going mobile in a big way. There are a number of very good reasons for that: Measuring … Continue reading “Mobility – Strategy First and Execute? Or The Other Way Round?”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao July 2nd, 2015
True! Say mobile app developers all around the world – according to the recent Developer Survey conducted by Stack Overflow. The amazing journey of Swift since its introduction at Apple’s developer conferenceWWDC2014 has motivated Apple to continuously enhance the platform. Well, WWDC 2015 witnessed the introduction of Swift 2.0 and the announcement that it … Continue reading “SWIFT 2.0 is the Most Loved Object Oriented Language”
Posted by:Shyam Deval July 1st, 2015
In my blogs over last few weeks,I took a high level look at what is included under the hood in newly introduced Apple ResearchKit.I also touched upon functional details on two of the three out of box modules provided in the ResearchKit software framework – Surveys and Informed Consent.Today we will look in depth at the … Continue reading “Active Tasks – The third module in Apple ResearchKit”

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