Category : Custom Application Development
Posted by:Shyam Deval June 7th, 2016
In my last blog, I shared few of the findings from a recent report by Enterprise Mobility Exchange on state of Global Enterprise Mobility along with some of my observations to provide context to those findings.  The same survey also asked the participants about lessons they have learnt in their mobility journey and things they would do differently if … Continue reading “What Is Brewing In Enterprise Mobility (Part-2)”
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…..”
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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: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:Ranjani Rao April 19th, 2016
Enterprise Mobility landscape has come a long way and is continually evolving. With businesses of all sizes endorsing mobile workforces and mobile business channels, mobile apps are steadily replacing corporate legacy systems. The need for EMM suites is quintessential for overcoming challenges such as growing mobile workforces and greater use of mobile devices. As there is no control over end-user … Continue reading “Is Enterprise Mobility Management Crucial?”
Posted by:Shyam Deval March 23rd, 2016
Apple ResearchKit is coming up on its one-year birthday very shortly and what a year it has been for the framework. From the initial set of 5 Apps introduced along with the release of the framework last April, the number of apps now using RK has grown to almost 25 with new apps introduced almost every month. Besides the apps … Continue reading “ResearchKit and CareKit – Apple’s Vision For Health Apps”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao March 15th, 2016
No matter what kind of an app you are building, knowing what to test for and covering important test scenarios is key to ensuring a stable, quality product. The people testing the app must wear different hats and test it with various perspectives. One could be that of an end user playing around with the app for the first time. … Continue reading “Test Cases: The Lifeline Of Your QA Process”
Posted by:Shyam Deval March 1st, 2016
In my blog couple weeks ago I highlighted few trends and predictions for IoT that caught my eyes from research reports and punditry predictions for 2015 on business and technology trends. Today I will focus on couple of the more general mobility trends that I found fascinating. By all account Mobile adoption in Enterprise increased rapidly in 2015 – spurring … Continue reading “Digital Technology Trends And Predictions For 2016-Part 2”
Posted by:Nithin Rao February 4th, 2016
The healthcare industry today is witnessing an ideology shift, with more emphasis on patient-centered care. Government mandates and regulations, along with rising patient expectations have led to physicians increasing focus on patient engagement and satisfaction. A growing amount of data too validates that when a patient’s role shifts from a passive recipient to a more active participant in his own care, the results are … Continue reading “Physicians, Here Are 5 Reasons To Say ‘Yes’ To Mobile Apps”
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Posted by:Ranjit Anand January 28th, 2016
User interface proves out to be crucial in the modern day mobile friendly digital world. Designing an user interface is process oriented and what is crucial for a project manager is how you present your team’s design to the stakeholders. There are various ways to present the design but what we will address in this article is those silly mistakes … Continue reading “5 Silly Mistakes To Avoid From Your UI Designers”

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