Mobile Application Performance Monitoring (MAPM)
Posted by:Shyam Deval August 25th, 2015
To begin with, who isn’t familiar with application performance monitoring? Well, when it is associated with mobile apps, it is more like having old wine in the new bottle. As enterprises struggle to find their sweet spot with enterprise mobility, application performance monitoring takes the center stage with compelling data on app usage metrics and user behaviors. Why … Continue reading “Mobile Application Performance Monitoring (MAPM)”
Posted by:Shyam Deval August 18th, 2015
ResearchKit has managed to hog the limelight ever since its announcement. Not only the medical research community is excited about this new open source framework from Apple, but pharma companies, medical device companies, fitness brands, etc. have also lined up behind ResearchKit. Many were more astonished by the number of participants it attracted within hours of the app … Continue reading “How Stanford got 10000 participants for their research study in 24 hours”
Posted by:Richard Smith August 12th, 2015
The Hospitality Industry is generally defined as hotels, motels, inns, resorts or such businesses that provides transitional or short-term lodging, with or without food. What are these businesses doing to leverage mobile apps??? Finding and attracting customers Maximizing RoG – Return of the Guest The major disrupter in hospitality is AirBnB, the Uber of hospitality.It matches the owner … Continue reading “Hospitality – getting Uberized?”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 5th, 2015
IBM, SAP, Oracle – have all built their mobile app development platforms (MADP) along with bells and whistles that include app management, device management, user experience management, analytics etc. There are a host of other platform providers also out there from the small to the big to the niche. But in spite of what analysts have … Continue reading “Mobile App Development Platforms – Lots of Talk, But Where is the Action?”
Posted by:Shyam Deval August 4th, 2015
Having caused quite a stir in the consumer space, wearables are already beginning to make their presence and value felt in the workplace too. Apple, Google, Pebble, Fitbit, Jawbone .. companies that have traditionally focused on wearable technology for the consumer market are now finding business use cases that have the potential to increase employee productivity, drive down … Continue reading “Wearables in the Enterprise: Mission (Im)possible? Infographic Inside!”

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