Interoperability in IoT and Mobile
Posted by:McKinley Hackett May 31st, 2016
A few months ago I was about to purchase multiple Nest products so I could take another step towards home automation.  I was intrigued by the idea of being able to track and control smart devices for temperature, security, and fire safety. Being in the industry, I am quite aware of the importance of interoperability.  You do not want solutions … Continue reading “Interoperability in IoT and Mobile”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao May 26th, 2016
A lot of times, developers feel the need to encrypt on-device data or data in transit,  as either a basic or additional security. As per the current rules of the App Store, you would need to submit certain US or French government approval documents, if you are submitting an app that carries encryption. Here are some quick tips on the … Continue reading “Does Your iOS App Carry Encryption? Be Informed On The Next Steps…..”
Posted by:Nithin Rao May 25th, 2016
Google recently had its annual developer’s conference where it showcases updates in Android OS and new platforms. Here are a few key takeaways from the conference. Android N Google has officially introduced the new Android N. This new update of the OS will improve the performance of graphics and let you run apps side by side. Still to be named … Continue reading “Google I/0 2016: Key Takeaways”
Posted by:Nithin Rao May 20th, 2016
There are scores of articles on the internet that outline the success factors for a business mobile app. Ways to leverage BYOD, ways to engage a very critical tech-savvy workforce, maintaining the all too crucial data security and more. But, there is an equally important list of things that your app does not need. Perhaps, keeping in mind list can … Continue reading “What Your Enterprise Mobile App Does Not Need”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao May 18th, 2016
The much talked about Facebook’s Bots for Messenger is here. How well it will work and how high the adoption will be, only time will tell. But there are quite a few things going for it – the biggest being that the volume of users using Facebook Messenger. Messenger is the preferred channel of communication, with almost a billion people … Continue reading “Facebook Messenger Bots and What It Means to Mobile Apps”
Posted by:Shyam Deval May 17th, 2016
While we are increasingly focused on Digital Health and IoT as our primary areas of work, I still keenly watch for developments and trends in Enterprise Mobility as these trends can tell a lot about how some of the world’s leading corporations are maximizing productivity of their employees by giving them access to data and information … Continue reading “What Is Brewing In Enterprise Mobility ?”
Posted by:McKinley Hackett May 12th, 2016
I have an App idea!  …just because you can doesn’t mean you should. There are 92 billion apps downloaded, with another 268 million projected for 2017 and hundreds of thousands of people making apps.   Trust me…you don’t want just anybody building your app. The mobile industry has gone through ebbs and flows as the smartphone industry has matured.  Those … Continue reading “I Have an App Idea! …Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should”
Posted by:Shyam Deval May 10th, 2016
Its the year of mHealth. And according to a recent market research report by MarketsandMarkets, so will the next few years. The global mHealth solutions market is expected to witness exponential growth in the coming years and is poised to reach a whopping USD 59.15 Billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 33.4% during the forecast period. According to … Continue reading “6 Key Factors That Can Make Your mHealth App Successful”
Posted by:Nithin Rao May 6th, 2016
Virtual Reality is something that everyone loves – kids and adults alike. The tremendous potential of virtual reality is not limited to the gaming world. From its usage in various fields, from defence applications to educational tools, virtual reality is going to change how we learn, communicate and engage with each other. The Wikipedia definition of VR says “simulates a … Continue reading “Google Cardboard and Future of Virtual Reality”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao May 5th, 2016
The futuristic technology that it is, the Internet of Things (IoT) is bound to redefine what we thought was possible in the area of artificial intelligence and personal digital assistance. When mobile devices form a part of an IoT network, the sky is the limit for the amazing things that can be made to happen to improve daily life conveniences. … Continue reading “How ‘Habits’ Can Become a Buzzword In The Union Of IoT and Mobility”

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