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Debunking Five Myths of Enterprise App Development

Many businesses harbor mistaken beliefs about building mobile apps, according to FeedHenry, which makes open standard-based mobile platforms for enterprise. The Burlington, Mass., firm has formulated five myths about enterprise app development and debunked them with five solutions. FeedHenry analyzed internal customer data and industry RFPs of organizations with more than 1,000 employees in... Read More >

Nine Top Collaboration Tools

This could be considered a Golden Era of Collaboration. Thanks to cloud computing, broadband and Wi-Fi connectivity, and other tech innovations, professionals are taking advantage of an increasing number of tools to help them better communicate, monitor and track projects, and share, edit, and view documents. As a result, four of five businesses use collaboration technology to enhance... Read More >

11 Must-Have Mobile Apps for Productivity

Given the many hats they wear—tech leader, business influencer, people manager—CIOs are time-challenged these days. Obviously, they're in a very big boat, as this describes a great deal of professionals. (Or even most?) Which means everyone is looking for tools to increase productivity and efficiency. Fortunately, plenty of mobile apps promise to do just that. Demand for these... Read More >

Free and Paid Apps Pose Risks for the Enterprise

Paid apps exhibit less risky behavior than free ones, but downloading only paid apps is not sure-fire protection for users, according to "Appthority Winter 2014 Reputation Report," a new study by Appthority. The report finds that 80 percent of the top 200 paid apps exhibited at least one risky behavior. The biggest disparity between free... Read More >

There's No App for That!

In today's post-PC world, the majority of devices are mobile, but many organizations lack a mobile strategy, let alone a mobile app for customers and clients. Read More >

Developing a Mobile App Strategy

Mobile applications are fundamentally altering the way businesses interact with employees, partners and customers. Building an effective strategy is paramount. Read More >

Five Ways to Maximize on Mobility

To stay ahead of the competition in our increasingly mobile-centric world, CIOs and business leaders need to improve their mobile products and services. Read More >

A Paradigm Shift: Designing for Mobility

Done right, a mobile enterprise reinvention platform can enable organizations to be nimble, innovative and entrepreneurial. Read More >

Arkansas Embraces a Mobile-First Approach

The State of Arkansas has launched an ambitious initiative to make mobility the centerpiece of its emerging business strategy. Read More >

Nine Security Apps to Keep Your iPhone, iPad Safe

Mobile devices are all the rage in the enterprise nowadays. Companies around the globe are adopting smartphones and tablets, and CIOs have warmed to the idea of allowing iOS and Android into the office. Part of that is due to the popularity of BYOD, but it's also due to the decline of the BlackBerry and the realization that touchscreen-based devices like the iPhone and iPad can improve... Read More >

Mobile App Rollouts Stymied by Security, Costs Complexity: Study

The majority of CIOs know employees want access to company apps on mobile devices, but few feel able to delivery, according to a new report. Read More >

NBA Shoots and Scores With Data Analytics Platform

The NBA’s new online statistical service enables fans to slice and dice all of the player and game data in the league’s 66-year history. Read More >

SAP Offers Enterprise Performance Management Apps as On-Demand Service

The enterprise software giant is offering three new business applications in an on-demand offering as a complement to its EPM 10 suite, designed to run on mobile devices. Read More >

Mobile Users Getting More Serious About Privacy: Pew

Intrusive applications are being removed or avoided by a growing number of mobile users on their smartphones and cell phones, according to a new Pew Research Center report. Read More >

Windows 8 Available for Download to Developers, IT Pros

Microsoft has made the final bits of Windows 8, along with its Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 tooling, available to developers and IT pros. Read More >

Microsoft Gives SkyDrive Cloud Storage a Makeover

With the recent launch of Outlook.com last month came new attention for SkyDrive -- and some new features. Read More >

Apple, Android Battle for Enterprise App Market Share

Apple's strength in the enterprise was attributed to several factors, including the success of the company's best-selling iPad tablet, according to the 2Q 2012 Mobile Developer Survey of 3,500 Appcelerator developers from around the world, conducted in partnership with IT research firm IDC. Read More >

Mobile Apps Help Drive Business Success

Enterprises are focusing more attention on mobile applications to drive customer engagement, a survey finds. Read More >

BlackBerry App World Store Hits 3 Billion Download Mark

From the Beijing stop of its BlackBerry 10 Jam World Tour, RIM blogged that customers have downloaded more than 3 billion apps from its BlackBerry App World store. Read More >

Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: Best Mobile Apps for a Productive Summer

Most CIOs are eager to find reliable mobile applications that will help keep employees productive, especially during summer months when vacations and nice weather lure workers out of the office. Indeed, the value of smartphones and tablets - whether they are iPhone, iPad, Android or BlackBerry devices - is increasingly being calculated by the applications available on the devices. Realizing... Read More >

Microsoft Windows 8 Release Preview Available for Download

Since the initial February release of Windows 8 Consumer Preview, which was downloaded more than a million times in the first 24 hours, Windows 8 has become the most tested Microsoft operating system of all time. Read More >

BlackBerry 10, Alpha Dev Phone Previewed at BlackBerry World

RIM CEO Thorsten Heins talked up the new BlackBerry Alpha Dev smartphone, the BlackBerry 10 OS and BlackBerry Fusion during the company's annual user conference in Orlando, FL. Read More >

Facebook Snaps Up Instagram for $1 Billion

Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion. Both sides are promising things will stay largely the same, but, as with the Android Instagram app, not all tweens are convinced it'll stay cool. Read More >

Microsoft Windows Phone SDK Update Now Available

Microsoft announced that Windows Phone SDK 7.1.1 update is available for download. Read More >

Lenovo Launches Enterprise App Shop

The platform allows IT managers to purchase, license, distribute and manage approved applications for the end user. Read More >

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