Although it did not top the list of organizational priorities for 2011, mobile is still seen by everyone as an important channel that cannot be ignored. The question thus becomes, should you do a mobile project this year? And if yes, what should you do?
Quarterly figures and analyst reports indicate varying fortunes for the major mobile players, but the big number of overall sales suggests users want their phones to do more, as Apple (news, site) almost doubles sales in one year.
As the demand for mobile enabled content and functionality explodes around the world most of us are faced with the problem of how to best address this need. It may not be your first priority, but mobile access is likely on your list this year.
With February just around the corner, our focus will shift to a Mobile Enterprise and Mobile Engagement editorial theme. With that in mind, we want to know:
The poll will run until January 31, 2011, so have your say today.
This week, the Document Foundation releases the first full version of LibreOffice -- and puts it up to Oracle's Open Office, Blackberry users will soon be able to access their SharePoint documents, Doculex enhances document collaboration and Ricoh changes direction.
You may have a great community solution, but if you don't offer mobile access, then it's probably not going to get used. Telligent (news, site) has recently announced some improvements to the mobile experience for Telligent Evolution.
This year saw endless battles in the smartphone arena as well as more corporate trauma than you could fit in a Gordon Gecko story. Who hit the highs as the gloves came off in the battle royale of mobile sales? We take a look at the stories that caused stocks to surge and plummet, users to throw their sets into the river and rush to the stores to upgrade, plus those human interest pieces that make the world seem a better place.
This year, we’ve talked about the mobile enterprise (it is the name of the column, after all). And though we’ve talked a lot about the importance of mobile compatibility from a business perspective, we haven’t talked much about how to go about making mobile websites compatible with mobile devices.
For the past few years, companies have been exploring initiatives internally and externally that dance around the notion of “social” methods for engaging all of the people in an enterprise ecosystem - to bring about better results for these companies. The evolution of these social methods has led now to another term: the Social Business - Part 1 provides more background on the importance of People to the social business and the value of the Social Business-Inside. Part 2 discusses the “Social Business-Outside” and how enterprises must have both social inside and out to derive the most from the human ecosystem that is so essential to successful companies.
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