with Israel Lifshitz, NuboIf you’ve been tracking the evolution of our BYOD work culture, you’ll know that most enterprises are at some stage of getting a grip on a myriad of issues, including employee adoption, compliance, Shadow IT and user privacy just to name a few. Read More >>>
With the release of Windows 10 comes another opportunity for Microsoft to align its direction for mobile to better serve developers and IT departments. Together with a subtle name change to Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft is looking to draw a line in the sand on its failed attempt to chase Apple in the consumer market with Windows Phone.
In recent years there has been an increase in the number of companies allowing employees to use their own devices at work including mobiles, tablets and laptops. In fact more than just allowing it, some businesses actually encourage ‘bring your own device’ in their quest to reduce their IT overheads.
by Kristen Gramigna, BluePayMobile payments can equip small businesses to accept payment by credit or debit card, using the mobile device that small-business owners likely have within reach most of the time. While mobile payment technology can benefit both customer and business owner, some customers remain hesitant about them. Read More >>>
with Dror Nadler, CellroxAs mobile payments barrel forward like a freight train, the potential consequences of cyber breaches grow in severity. 30 percent of U.S. shoppers already use mobile wallets, and 62 percent of shoppers who don’t use a mobile wallet expect to adopt one in the next year, according to a 2015 report from Interactions marketing group. Read More >>>
Business hasn’t been as usual since mobile entered the scene. Mobilizing technology with network-connected devices like smartphones, tablets, and ultra-thin laptops has pushed innovation in general and specifically mobile integration at work. Here are three major ways mobile technology has changed business.
with Sam Ganga, DMIIn this interview, Sam Ganga at DMI speaks with IT Briefcase on the three fastest-growing trends for addressing ecommerce through the mobile web and provide the pros and cons of each. Read More >>>
iPhone is one of the costliest gadgets we have in the market, with the latest iPhone 6 Plus model starting from $299. With the difficulty in customizing user experience where iPhones are concerned, and the fact that Apple products cost a lot of money for repair, a lot of customers end up buying Android systems and cheaper models. Apple however remains unfazed at the fact that a high price could be a turn off for many potential customers, and is simply focusing on matters which will ultimately pay off well.
Money management is probably at the forefront of your mind. While everyone should have a long-term plan for their investments, yours will do you no good if you aren’t also watching your money on a day-to-day basis. You should have a monthly budget, spending categories with soft and hard caps, and a system to keep track of it all and rein in your spending. If you don’t have responsible spending habits, you don’t have responsible saving habits; it’s that simple.
Are you just getting on the e-reading bandwagon after all this time? Perhaps you want to test it out instead of investing in an e-reader right away. Whether you have an iPad or Nook tablet there is something out there for everyone. Whatever the case may be, you can test how you like this new found hobby by using your iPhone on the go. And with the widely available reading apps for iOS, you just might fall in love with one of them.
We know how cumbersome it can be to develop fast, efficient and multiple platform compatible mobile applications. Every platform is unique & exhibits distinct features, behavior and capabilities. Cross-platform compatible apps are need of the hour. A developer needs to find the solutions to create the best applications that work well with most of the mobile devices without using up all the resources on creating apps for just a few platforms at a time. Fortunately, a wide variety of mobile application development tools are available in the online market that can be used to achieve your goals and objectives.
by Mitch Black, MOBIRecently, there has been a great deal of debate in the world of mobile devices and how they function in the enterprise. There’s BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) vs. COPE (Corporate Owned, Personally Enabled), and now even CYOD (Choose Your Own Device). Read More >>>
Nieslen reports that mobile Web adoption has grown at a rate eight times faster than Web adoption in the 1990s and early 2000s. More than 1.2 billion people are accessing the Web from their mobile devices. This explosion of mobility creates exciting opportunities to serve customers better and more quickly, as well as allow employees greater work flexibility. It also creates a strain in IT resources.
There is a lot of competition between Apple, Google and Microsoft, especially in the smartphone realm with iOS, Android and Windows phones. Security is becoming a frequently discussed issue on smartphones as they play a larger role in people’s lives.
Mobile payment – you’ve heard all about it, right? First it was Google Wallet, then it was Apple Pay. Say, when was the last time you’ve made a payment with either? It’s a rather sad story involving industry behemoths with grand ambitions going up against leviathans with other ideas. We’d all love to pay with our phones, but no one seems to be able to make that happen.
with Jay Henderson, IBM CommerceIn this interview, Jay Henderson, Director, Product Strategy, IBM Commerce, speaks with IT Briefcase on how trends such as extreme weather and holiday shopping impact online commerce and what it means for retailers. Read More >>>
BYOD users like the ease of consumer apps for messaging and calling, in both personal and corporate use. Does this undermine the security of enterprise messaging and business calling? What should the enterprise do to make sure that corporate data in messages and call logs are protected in this situation?
When people discuss advances in technology, the conversation often touches upon how quickly things are moving: one barely gets their hands on the latest iPhone or tablet before it is, effectively, obsolete. While it is difficult to ignore the rapidly shifting nature of mobile technologies, Sebastian Thalanany, the author of Mobile Evolution: Insights on Connectivity and Service, encourages us to take a new point of view: the confluence of this technology and art, and the profound impact of interdisciplinary and interdependent considerations in this blended landscape.
Download this paper today to learn about how combining the right hardware upgrades with newer OS options and endpoint management software can provide the needed protection against today’s security risks.
by Richard Rabins, Alpha SoftwareDespite the opportunities that mobilizing the workforce offers, enterprises have deployed a surprisingly small number of apps due to the challenges inherent with mobile app development. Read More >>>
Nubo Software announced today the launch of their new and enhanced Virtual Mobile Infrastructure (VMI) platform which can now be accessed from any computer with an internet browser. The first enterprise mobility solution in the world to develop VMI technology, Nubo’s new Version 2 client is the only remote workspace that is compatible with all HTML 5 web browsers, in addition to all Android and iOS devices.
A new Forrester report commissioned by IBM finds that companies can save 10% building an app and 20% running an app by following best practices – or have development costs double unless ten key cost drivers are kept under control
It’s that time of the year again. If it’s not a wrap-up of the noteworthy milestones or events of the year that’s about to close, we’re bombarded with tech predictions for the upcoming year from various experts and observers. Not that we’re complaining. And just so we showcase our solidarity with industry thought leaders who willingly share their expertise with the world, this article will be compiling some of the more prominent mobile predictions for 2015.
by Dan Pickett, nfrastructureWe predict that through next year, technology will only continue to become “consumerized” as devices become more connected, everything becomes software-defined and the Internet of Things becomes completely engrained in our everyday life. Read More >>>
by Rob Vandenberg, LingotekRemember when people first started talking about globalization in the 1980s? Branching out into new markets usually meant physically expanding to somewhere in Europe or the U.K. It required opening new offices, growing new markets through direct sales and having dedicated translators interpret content by hand. Read More >>>
It is no secret that mobile applications provide rapid, almost instantaneous access to data. They are the gateway to a new era of information sharing – unfortunately, they also have the ability to become the Achilles’ heel for data security. Personal data security is at the forefront of consumer concerns when they consider adopting mobile applications. It is easy to see why, when just within the past few weeks, a major retailer, a global bank, and a federal government agency all reported intruders had compromised the personal and financial information of millions of their customers and constituents.
There are now roughly two billion smartphone users in the world, and several hundred million tablet users. Add to that laptops and you get a considerable chunk of the world’s population that is always connected, on the go, everywhere, with their work and private lives in their pockets and handbags. But mobility has side effects… The cracked display is a common sight these days.
By Israel Lifshitz, NuboLate last month, it was discovered that the security vulnerability Shellshock can be made wormable and grant hackers the ability to run arbitrary codes on Bash, the most widely-used command processor which serves as the default shell for Unix, Linux and Mac OS X. Read More >>>