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  • Appcelerator Eyes Big Fish in Mobile App Dev Space

    Appcelerator Eyes Big Fish in Mobile App Dev Space

    Appcelerator, a Gartner mobile app developer leader, released a platform today that allegedly solves a pain point for mobile developers: integrating data into mobile apps. The Mountain View, Calif.-based provider released Appcelerator Arrow, a framework for building and running mobile-optimized APIs.

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  • Mobile Is Changing Your Social Collaboration Apps

    Mobile Is Changing Your Social Collaboration Apps

    Social collaboration applications have been in a race since their inception to see which could be the most feature laden. It was an arms race of sorts, with each side adding more ways to communicate and collaborate and -- in the process -- becoming more monolithic.

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  • Marc Benioff Shops Again, Buys Mobile Security Startup

    Maybe Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff’s corporate shoppers were ducking in-and-out of SXSW sessions last month looking for smart acquisitions. If so, then they not only learned How to Rob a Bank, but also spotted a genius buy in Toopher.

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  • Enterprise Mobile Messaging Not All the Rage

    Enterprise mobile messaging is hot. Or is it? Researchers at the Framingham, Mass.-based International Data Corporation (IDC) discovered sending messages through a mobile device may not exactly be setting the world on fire. Business don't engage with mobile messaging technology (specifically SMS, MMS and push notifications) for operations, employee engagement

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  • Workspot Offers Remote Desktops Without Virtual Desktops

    Workspot Offers Remote Desktops Without Virtual Desktops

    The rise of virtualization in the workplace has made us question the need for operating systems to be installed on our computers, just so we can use our software.

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  • Endangered Species: The Corporate Intranet

    Endangered Species: The Corporate Intranet

    The very idea that we’re still doing old-fashioned, browser-based, news-publishing intranets in the mobile era is downright antiquated. They’re no different than rotary-dial phones. And they’re going the same direction as your old olive-drab rotary phone did -- and as a result of the same technologies.

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  • 3 Ways Red Hat's 'Mobile Right' Strategy Changes Enterprise Apps

    3 Ways Red Hat's 'Mobile Right' Strategy Changes Enterprise Apps

    Throughout the world, businesses have already moved to smaller, more mobile, more tactile screens as their means of interacting with critical business information. Cloud dynamics has made it easier for server-based applications to reach these people on their new devices.

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  • Microsoft's New BI Tool Plays Nice, Even With 3rd Party Vendors

    If you haven’t at least experimented with Microsoft’s business intelligence visualization tool Power BI yet, now there are no excuses left. Microsoft made many announcements during its Convergence conference in Atlanta this morning. They included news that the preview of Power BI is now being released worldwide to 140 markets

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  • What's Taking So Long With Enterprise Mobility?

    What's Taking So Long With Enterprise Mobility?

    Every year companies and research agencies conduct surveys to establish the current state of enterprise mobility within the business market. If you are one of those people who keep an eye on such reports you've probably noticed that the numbers haven't really changed much in the past couple of years.

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  • What You've Been Missing: A Standard for Enterprise Apps

    What You've Been Missing: A Standard for Enterprise Apps

    If you’ve ever tried to set up Box, Workday, Oracle, SAP or one of many other Enterprise apps on an Enterprise Mobility Managed (EMM) device, you know it’s not fun.

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  • Cool Stuff You're Missing at Mobile World Congress #MWC15

    So what if it’s a little cloudy in Barcelona, Spain today. The high is 76 degrees Fahrenheit. Those of us who live in the US Northeast would certainly enjoy the reprieve from the snow and the cold.

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  • Google Joins the BYOD Party

    For a while it seemed that Google was so busy getting geeky with glasses and driverless cars that it was blind to the big opportunity directly in front of it — bringing enterprise level security to the nearly 1 billion Android mobile devices that, in some way or another, are

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  • Open Up Your Digital Workplace

    Open Up Your Digital Workplace

    Who works for your organization? Employees probably come to mind first, but usually there are also contractors, contingent or seasonal workers, some consultants, agencies that you outsource to, partner organizations or even whole service departments like payroll that are outsourced.

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  • Do Enterprises Need a Secure Texting App?

    Texting apps like WhatsApp, SnapChat and Viber are all the rage in the consumer space. But what about texting apps for the enterprise? With more companies embracing bring your own device (BYOD), it's logical to assume there's a need for a secure enterprise texting solution.

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