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February 09, 2015
DeveloperWeek 2015 is one of the largest tech events in the country. Find out the latest news from the show.
November 07, 2014
As mobile apps' uses grow more complex, so has the process of building them. In this tweet chat recap, we discuss the pros and cons of native vs. HTML5 apps.
October 23, 2014
Connected Health Symposium 2014 puts a spotlight on mHealth technology, how it can drive new healthcare reimbursement models and patient engagement.
April 10, 2014
SN blogs: This week, analysts discuss mobile security risk management, the importance of incident reporting and the future of software-defined data centers.
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Context awareness is the ability of a system or system component to gather information about its environment at any given time and adapt behaviors accordingly. Contextual or context-aware computing uses software and hardware to automatically collect and analyze data to guide responses. Continue Reading
Developers and architects should know the benefits and limitations of HTML5 for mobile apps. Starting with this tip could be a good first step. Continue Reading
For Web and mobile application developers, advances in HTML5 mean big changes. The fifth iteration of the Hypertext Markup Language has freed businesses and developers from platform-dependent design -- and provided the means to leverage new responsive-design techniques for content that will adjust to every user's device.
In this special edition of Business Information, learn how HTML5 is upgrading enterprises' ability to create robust Web and mobile applications. First, software designer, architect and engineer Alan Arthur Katz details why Web applications built without HTML5 are, well, dull. Katz implores organizations that have chosen to hold off on HTML5 migration to change their minds. Migrating now, he writes, involves little cost or risk. Next, Tim Converse, director of software quality assurance and technical support operations at SiO2 Corp., looks into what HTML5 really is. "It's both a new standard in HTML and a label for a collection of tools and technologies," Converse writes. To close, IT journalist George Lawton details for readers why a "cautious and holistic" approach to HTML5 security is a must. Continue Reading
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Gartner predicts more than half of all mobile apps will use HTML5 by 2016, but what threats will this cause the enterprise? Expert Michael Cobb discusses. Continue Reading
Enterprise mobile computing marches on, and data is proliferating. Companies need to put them together to compete effectively. Continue Reading
HTML5 is changing Web content management, helping website developers more easily build a rich user experience. What are some of the pros and cons of using HTML5 for Web development? Continue Reading
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The CEO of a Web-based project management tool discusses how he chose an HTML5 platform to make the application mobile-friendly. Continue Reading
A strong enterprise mobile platform is critical to ensure mobile UC technology is successfully deployed within an enterprise. Continue Reading
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IT budgeting, purchasing and cost cutting are constant SMB concerns. As the year winds down, CIOs must consider what's hot and what's not for 2014. Continue Reading
Steve Durbin of the Information Security Forum explains strategies for tackling today's toughest supply-chain security challenges. Continue Reading
Vendors are implementing HTML5 to take advantage of improved compatibility despite the fact that the standard won't be final until late 2014. Continue Reading