Mobile is driving disruption and enabling amazing new opportunities in every business sector and vertical. The mobile revolution is unmistakable and it is happening at breathtaking speed. There are new roles, new processes, and fundamentally different technology stacks. Extending what has been done before will not work. A new approach is needed. This paper explores the new reality of the mobile application lifecycle what changes are required to be successful.
As mobility becomes a core piece of your customer and employee engagement arsenal (like the web, PCs, and other technology evolutions), your enterprise must centralize and align your strategies for enablement and delivery. Piecemeal department/LOB-led methods deliver technology and resource fragmentation, inconsistent business results, and misaligned security and governance. The Center of Excellence (or Center of Innovation) is a concept that has existed for decades for the express purpose of governance and standardization. The Mobile Center of Excellence focuses on how mobility can enable your enterprise to succeed.
Now more than ever mobile applications are becoming commonplace in the workplace and our daily lives. People now use their mobile devices for much more than phone calls and emails. They are becoming the primary way users interact with work, the Internet, and friends and family. In fact, there are almost 6 billion mobile devices in the world and Gartner states mobile payment transactions will reach over $500 billion by 2016. While mobility brings great opportunity, it can also introduce significant risk to businesses.
This paper explores the biggest challenges about succeeding with mobile and provides a checklist to evaluate mobile application platforms.
This white paper explores the role cloud services play in the delivery of new mobile applications. Several ‘do-it-yourself’ implementation options are described along with their challenges.
While there are far more native than HTML5 mobile applications in the market today, the debate rages on regarding what is the better approach: go native or go HTML5. This paper will explore the benefits of each.
The web revolution created the next generation of giants — companies like Google, Amazon, and eBay went from nothing to multi-billion dollar market caps in less than a decade. Today, mobile is helping fuel a new generation of giants — companies like Instagram, Square, and Zynga, have reached billion+ dollar valuations in half the time of their predecessors ... and all without an IPO.
With over 700,000 apps in the collective app stores and mobile devices now out-shipping PCs, it has never been more important to understand how to deliver a world-class mobile experience.