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  • September 05, 2017 05 Sep'17

    Huawei powers up mobile AI computing platform

    Around about a decade ago (somewhere near the dawn of the iPad), the software application development community started using a saying that kind of stuck. A new mindset was about to dawn. Aware ...

  • December 27, 2016 27 Dec'16

    Three top mobile trends for IT to look for in 2017

    IT shops need to stay on top of the latest mobile advancements, but which are the most crucial to the enterprise? Three mobile trends could dictate the future of mobility.

  • October 06, 2016 06 Oct'16

    Microsoft Connect(); plugs in, what's in the call?

    Microsoft appears to have an inexhaustible supply of energy for (arguably) hard core developer events with serious software application development programmes. Question: how to do you make it ...

  • July 18, 2016 18 Jul'16

    Oracle mobile app development tools put their stake in the market

    Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, designed to let developers build apps without writing code, has helped the software vendor catch up to enterprise mobility competitors.

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  • Salesforce telehealth system lets channel add real-time video, audio

    Salesforce's telehealth tool, built on top of its Health Cloud platform, offers partners the ability to add real-time video and audio to their healthcare vertical offerings. Continue Reading

  • Enterprise DevOps and the CIO perspective

    Many IT and business professionals believe that enterprise DevOps -- the practice of putting developers and the IT operations people together so that building, testing and releasing software can happen more rapidly, frequently and reliably -- is the answer to building resilient systems that can change and scale in response to evolving business needs. But despite the many benefits of moving to an enterprise DevOps model, deploying it presents huge challenges, according to CIOs who have made the journey.

    In this issue of CIO Decisions, Mary K. Pratt details the various skills CIOs and IT executives will require as they transition to an enterprise DevOps model. Plus, we delve into how the CDOs of SAP and the City of Boston use the language of experimentation, rather than failing fast; chat with consultant Bob Egan about why the mobile cloud is today's new center of innovation; and explore how one U.K. hotel chain used an API strategy to cut out the middleman and get closer to their digital customers.

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  • Horizon 7 Smart Policies helps increase security

    If you want to smarten up your security, using Policy-Managed Client Features in Horizon 7 can help. Continue Reading

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  • Why ERP mobility requires enterprises to be proactive

    Historically, enterprise resource planning systems were designed to stay firmly -- and securely -- put. That's why you'll need to address multiple challenges to achieve mobile ERP. Continue Reading

  • Mobile cloud apps: Development and management

    Learn steps for moving mobile cloud apps on the right track with development and management. Continue Reading

  • Mobile content management software, EFSS protect data in the cloud era

    Thanks to mobile and cloud computing, the number of potential repositories for corporate data have increased exponentially. Traditional file storage systems, content management software and device-centric security measures can only do so much to organize and protect data that's constantly on the go. Cloud storage services, enterprise file synchronization and sharing (EFSS) and mobile content management (MCM) represent key alternatives in storing and providing access to corporate data in the new mobile cloud era. When implemented correctly, these technologies can provide secure data access to a mobile, distributed workforce. This guide explains how EFSS and MCM differ from -- and can work with -- traditional network shares to accomplish this goal. Continue Reading

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