Wed, Apr 22, 2015
Wed, Apr 15, 2015
A Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) with an initial cost of investment may seem to be too high when an enterprise is starting off with just an app or two. But this is just the first step into mobility. To be competitive, enterprises have to look at going mobile across all their offerings – be it applications for their customers, their sales force, their field force or their employees. This only means that the number of apps in an enterprise’s portfolio is going to grow and also change.
Wed, Mar 25, 2015
As the mobility revolution moves from the consumer app space into the realm of Enterprise Mobility, companies of all sizes have to make decisions around how best to leverage the mobile apps in increasing employee productivity and efficiency while positively impacting overall business outcomes. These decisions involve myriad technology choices such as ‘build vs. buy’, devices and OS platforms to support, if to allow employees to bring own devices (and now wearable’s) or not, how to handle data security as well as how best to expose data from the current Enterprise systems and whether to leverage a MEAP platform to manage this mobility infrastructure. Of course the biggest elephant in the room is to figure out how to define and measure ROI for any mobility initiative.
Tue, Mar 17, 2015
Fri, Mar 13, 2015
[The Friday Find - A new series that covers fascinating innovations and amazing creations in the world of Mobile business and technology]
The recently concluded Mobile World Congress showed us how enterprise mobility is evolving. IBM especially, flexed its muscles with its MobileFirst paltform and how it is transforming enterprises with the power of mobility.