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  • End-user computing tech ROI comes in many different forms

    The business side of organizations is quick to look for monetary benefits when implementing a new technology. But end-user computing tools don't always rake in big bucks. Instead, EUC tech ROI comes from increased productivity among employees and simpler management and maintenance for IT administrators. This month's cover story dig into the ROI businesses can get from these technologies and how to measure it.

    In columns this month, experts look at the reasons to move to Windows 10 and how edge computing has evolved due to mobile advancements. The Deep Dive digs into application layering, a technology that sounds simple enough but has many different ways to approach it. And the Device Spotlight shines on the Samsung Galaxy S8, the company's effort to put the troubled Note 7 in the rearview mirror. Plus, IT professionals share their tips for attending the top conferences this summer.

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  • Complete guide to Windows 10 mobile features, apps and devices

    Microsoft wants Windows 10 to be a mobile-friendly OS. Continuum, for example lets users switch between a touchscreen and a more traditional desktop depending on the presence of a keyboard. Continue Reading

  • OnePlus 2 mobile phone: Part two, the hardware experience

    Expert developer Barry Burd recently took possession of a OnePlus 2 mobile phone. He shares his experience with the phone and what he thinks of the phone's hardware. Continue Reading

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  • App dev tools strengthen Amazon mobility market play

    Other vendors get more attention, but Amazon has quietly built a large portfolio of enterprise mobility services. This issue’s cover story looks at how the cloud-computing giant could make waves with its management, data synchronization and app development tools. Experts say its popular infrastructure services will be a big draw for customers looking to go mobile.

    This month's columns explain why infrastructure admins need to get on board with enterprise mobility and when IT should think about outsourcing mobile support tasks. Jack Madden takes a deep dive into the choice between native, Web and hybrid apps. And in the wake of IBM InterConnect and Mobile World Congress, our editors take a look at what Big Blue is up to in the mobile market.

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  • Mail, calendar, contacts: Is that all there is for enterprise mobile apps?

    Many organizations start out mobilizing basic apps such as email, but a strong enterprise mobility strategy provide workers with the tools they need to get real work done. The cover story in this issue of Modern Mobility explores a few case studies as companies try to move beyond mail, calendar and contacts. One organization even saw a 50% increase in productivity after implementing a mobile app in its warehouse facilities.

    This month's UX Factor column explains how organizations can provide mobile users with the communications tools they need to stay in touch at work. The Device Spotlight features the new Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, and our Trending article goes in-depth on Apple's latest programming language, Swift. And in a special Q&A this month, new MobileIron CEO Barry Mainz chats about his vision for the company and its potential as an acquisition target.

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  • In-app analytics take the pulse of mobile apps

    If organizations don't get feedback about application use, the whole mobile environment can go up in flames. Developers need to learn how users access apps, which ones they like and what bugs are popping up. There are plenty of ways to receive feedback, from in-app analytics and user monitoring tools to app ratings and good old verbal communication from users. This issue of Modern Mobility delves into in-app analytics and how the insights this technology provides can help IT keep mobile applications on track.

    Readers will also learn about mobile backend as a service, and how it helps developers more easily build mobile apps that connect to data center infrastructure. In a special, post-VMworld Q&A, VMware’s Sanjay Poonen talks about the challenges of integrating AirWatch into the company, and how VMware is moving beyond enterprise mobility management. And columnist Eric Klein explains how to choose which mobile operating systems to support. Continue Reading

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