To make Enterprise Mobility Management easier than ever, M-Way Solutions is now providing free access to its EMM Platform “Relution“.
We’re approaching the end of another year and it’s time to take a look back over the last 12 months. Also, we would say thanks to all our awesome staff, who have contributed to the success of our thinking mobile blog and for sharing their unique knowledge. Here’s some of the blog highlights 2015 to read (or to read again).
… of HTML5 mobile app development, that is. Learn how our generator compares to other solutions out there and what an important role it plays in our software development process.
In November 2014 Google released Android 5.0 (Lollipop). For consumers the most notable change is, without a doubt, material design. But new design elements and animations are not everything Lollipop has to offer. Behind the scenes Google has introduced new features targeted at enterprise customers.
Before the Lollipop release, integration into enterprise mobility management (EMM) was a challenging task.
Ever tried configuring your development machine for debugging code executing on a remote server? Most likely you know then just how difficult things can get: configuring the IDE, finding out the right remote port, making sure it’s all routed through the firewall, selecting the right protocol, ensuring debugger front and backend software versions are compatible…
The public is becoming increasingly familiar with the concept of an app store, resulting in the rapid proliferation of apps, web links and recommendations of public apps. As a consequence of this companies should try to drive app adoption.
Here are 13 other reasons your Enterprise needs an in-house app store.
In order to implement static websites, a commonly used tool are content management systems (CMS); they provide the separation of design, structure and content; enable multiple users to contribute to the content of the site and allow the scheduling of content publication, among other features. However, the use of CMS limits the customization of the website and also restricts the developer to use a certain structure, not to mention the costs, not all content management systems are open sourced.
We’re fast approaching the end of another year and it’s time to take a look back over the last 12 months. Also, we would like to express our thanks to all our awesome staff, who have contributed to the success of our thinking mobile blog and for sharing their knowledge. Here’s some of our 2013 blog highlights to read (or to read again).
Apple released iOS 7 on Sept. 18 this year and it offers several new features tailored for enterprise needs, thus giving iOS 7 better acceptance chances in an enterprise environment. In addition to a variety of visual changes and features for private users, the latest update of Apple’s mobile operating system to version iOS7 has also brought important innovations for the business sector.