By next year over half of all US companies will formally support BYOD, bringing on the challenge of securing data and applications on devices that may often be in the hands malicious users, or worse – teenagers looking to win a game of Pokémon Go with mom’s work iPhone. And, thanks to the consumerization of IT, mobile users increasingly expect the same smooth user experience with business applications that is provided by popular games and consumer applications.
Fortunately, increased mobility and the bring your own device explosion don’t always add up to increased security challenges and UI/UX struggles. This Tech Byte series will look at the most important considerations when planning a mobile strategy – from application development platform to security and governance to user interface guidelines, and present best practices that businesses of all kinds can use to help ensure a successful shift towards a mobile-first enterprise.
Do you know your mobile customers - really? Without genuine insight, you might be tempted, for example, to offer mobile users the regular website that works well with your Internet customers. But most smart and feature phones cannot support the complex, high-bandwidth Flash and Ajax applications at the heart of your site. Further, your feature and content rich website can pose numerous usability, navigation, or even screen real estate issues on hand-held devices.
Enterprise network architectures are evolving as a result of the growth of public cloud, proliferation of mobile devices, and organizational requirement to collaborate with global users. In this on-demand webinar, Gartner Research VP and Distinguished Analyst Mark Fabbi and Akamai Technologies' Enterprise Web Experience Product Manager, Greg Lord, will provide insight into
this new trend.
Workforce mobilization has become a key competitive requirement for most organizations. However, enabling mobility is more than just providing laptops and mobile phones to users and sending them out into the field. It's about selecting the appropriate technologies and developing the right user experience.
When Rightmove wanted to be the first to provide an innovative and engaging mobile app that would move millions of iPhone users to access extensive property search functionality, they turned to 2ergo. Learn about the challenges Rightmove faced, the solution 2ergo provided, and the unbelievable results that were achieved, including how the app ultimately ranked in the top 30 Apple "Best Apps of 2009" chart.
Decreasing budgets, an increasingly mobile workforce, limited staff, time constraints, a growing dependence on e-solutions - you face unique challenges as an IT professional. And you can't afford to disrupt your end users or clientele to implement security solution after security solution. That's where the IT Security Kit comes in. This handy kit provides everything you need to quickly and easily find the antivirus product that's manageable, reliable, cost-effective and just right for your organization.
Published By: OutSystems
Published Date: Jul 15, 2014
Anyone with a mobile device these days knows all about the seemingly never-ending procession of new applications for smartphones, tablets and anything else people can carry in their pockets, purses or bags. And while apps are extremely popular, there’s also been failure with millions of attempts to build mobile applications for both business and consumer use. How can the mistakes be avoided? We asked several experts in the eld to outline some of the top pitfalls of mobile application development and how teams can avoid them to build a useful, innovative app that enables and empowers as many potential end-users as possible.
This document is a Cisco Validated Design (CVD) for Cisco Connected Mobile Experience (CMX) Solutions. It presents system-level requirements, recommendations, guidelines, and best practices for detecting, connecting, and engaging mobile users within your venue and leveraging your Wi-Fi network to fit your business needs. As Cisco continues to develop and enhance the technologies required to implement a CMX solution, this CVD will evolve and be updated to provide the latest guidelines, recommendations, and best practices for designing and deploying a CMX solution.
Today’s advanced cyber threats target every computer and
mobile device, including enterprise endpoints, especially
those that make up critical infrastructure like industrial
control systems and embedded devices that control much
of our physical world. The modern computing landscape
consists of a complex array of physical, mobile, cloud, and
virtual computing, creating a vast attack surface. Meanwhile,
the cybersecurity industry is prolific with defense-in-depth
security technologies, despite a threat landscape that remains
highly dynamic, sophisticated, and automated.
Cylance, however, takes a unique and innovative approach
of using real-time, mathematical, and machine learning
threat analysis to solve this problem at the endpoint for
organizations, governments, and end-users worldwide.
Read this report from AIIM to discover what issues on-premise ECM users are facing, how external collaboration support is managed, what cloud and mobile functionalities users are requesting, and what alternative scenarios are being considered.
Like it or not, you will hear from your vocal users. It’s not unusual to see ratings from 1 to 5 stars for the same app. How do you track and compare actual and perceived quality? How can you get actionable insight from user feedback to develop mobile apps that engage users?
How can you get actionable insight from user feedback to develop mobile apps that engage users and deliver what matters to them? The answer lies in cloud-based services that enable rapid collection and analysis of user feedback combined with automation enabling faster response.
This infographic succinctly explains the value of our Mobile Platform for key stakeholders -- developers, IT managers, app owners and users, and CISOs. It also charts our four capabilities and the modular services aligned to them.
With a global monthly reach consisting of more than 500 million mobile users and billions of requests, Tapjoy historically relied heavily on their IT footprint. They needed an environment that would allow them to accelerate the development and improve the performance of their big data algorithms, which help drive real time decision-making that delivers the best content to their global audience.
Read more to learn how Tapjoy engineers opted for a cloud-based model to run their big data platform instead of bare metal, prioritizing agility and the ability to scale over bare metal performance.
With Windows 10, Microsoft brings to market a mobile and cloud-ready OS that is poised to have a significant impact on organizations’ end user computing (EUC) strategy. The modern OS offers a unified platform for building apps and extending the organization’s core processes to end users anywhere and using any Windows 10-powered device. However, enterprise wide execution of this business mobility vision comes with its own set of challenges. A 2015 VMware study involving 1,000+ IT decision makers identified the following top concerns for adoption of mobility initiatives:
Reduce the overall cost and complexity of management
Ensure security and control of devices at all times
Minimize the risk of corporate data loss
With a unified endpoint management vision, VMware AirWatch® is strategically positioned to address these challenges. AirWatch's EUC solution enables organizations to fully capitalize on their mobility initiatives and IT departments to redefine themselves as true business enab
As organizations embrace smartphones, tablets and mobile applications, they are moving beyond simply providing mobile email and browser capability to offering mobile access to Windows-based and other corporate applications.
If you are working with massive amounts of data, one challenge is how to display results of data exploration and analysis in a way that is not overwhelming. You may need a new way to look at the data – one that collapses and condenses the results in an intuitive fashion but still displays graphs and charts that decision makers are accustomed to seeing. And, in today’s on-the-go society, you may also need to make the results available quickly via mobile devices, and provide users with the ability to easily explore data on their own in real time.
SAS® Visual Analytics is a data visualization and business intelligence solution that uses intelligent autocharting to help business analysts and nontechnical users visualize data. It creates the best possible visual based on the data that is selected. The visualizations make it easy to see patterns and trends and identify opportunities for further analysis.
The heart and soul of SAS Visual Analytics is the SAS® LASR™ Analytic Server, which ca
Not all VDI solutions are alike. To deliver the best results for your business, you need to make sure the solution you choose can enable full productivity not just in the office on traditional endpoints, but anywhere people work, on any device they use. With Citrix XenDesktop, you can provide access to virtualized apps and desktops from anywhere, on any device, with a great experience in any scenario.
Desktop virtualization is attractive to organizations of all types and sizes worldwide because of its many compelling benefits. Download here to learn about XenClient, an innovative, clientside alternative for delivering virtual desktops, which allows IT to extend the benefits of desktop virtualization to laptop users whether they are working online or offline.