Mobile development News
October 17, 2014
CIOs, CISOs and directors of business apps brought home big paychecks in 2014. If you're curious about how other tech positions' salaries compared, which IT professionals plan to jump ship and ...
March 14, 2014
CTO at Sela Group, Sasha Goldshtein, discusses his upcoming talk at Fluent Conference 2014.
October 04, 2013
With enterprise mobility taking a larger role in how enterprises operate, Pivotal has made a mobile platform play with a major acquisition this week.
August 12, 2013
In this Q & A, Gartner Research Director Gordon Van Huizen discusses Backend as a Service (BaaS) trends with contributor Peter Schooff.
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Enterprises that go mobile can benefit from increased productivity, but only if they craft policies and use products that monitor access and secure data. Continue Reading
From planning to deployment, mobile ALM projects pose steep hurdles for software teams. This FAQ explains mobile ALM challenges. Continue Reading
The tremendous success of the iPhone and the launch of the Google-backed Android phone have refocused attention on mobile computing services. This mini-guide provides links to many of the developer resources available both from the more publicized platforms as well as the lesser known, but equally important platforms such as Brew, Symbian, and others. Continue Reading
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With a number of cloud-based tools for mobile development, custom coding and collaboration, the Oracle platform as a service helps businesses modernize their applications. Continue Reading
Mobile technology gets plenty of hype. Take HTML5 mobile development, for instance. People have been talking about the benefits of creating web apps with the programming language's latest edition for almost eight years, and a lot of developers are actually using it. But interestingly, HTML5 doesn't play as big of a role in the overall mobile development process as you'd think.
Another area that's gotten a lot of face time lately is machine learning. Maribel Lopez explains how artificial intelligence technologies such as bots and virtual assistants will affect the mobile enterprise in her column this month. But IT can't forget about the traditional infrastructure requirements -- security and strong networking -- that mobility relies on. Eric Klein looks at advancements in mobile networking in his column. Plus, learn about the business benefits of Samsung's new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone -- despite the big recall.Continue Reading
The Universal Windows Platform in Windows 10 marks a new generation of apps that can work across a variety of device types. Continue Reading
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What enterprise architecture management issues do you face? Below is a collection of all things enterprise architecture strategy, from new trends to advice to mobile development. Continue Reading
More and more companies are placing emphasis on the idea of 'mobile first.' But what does it mean to take a mobile-first approach to development? Continue Reading
What it takes to have successful mobile project development might surprise you. Expert Jennifer Lent shares the secrets around creating a mature Agile team. Continue Reading
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Code signing creates a system of trust among mobile users, but it doesn't bolster the security of the app itself, says expert Dan Cornell. Continue Reading
Two tutorials from Thom Robbins offer insight into mobile application development for the .NET Framework. Continue Reading
Sometimes when you're deploying a mobile project in SAP, such as in SAP xApp Mobile Time and Travel 2.0, success is all in the staffing. This SDN post by Karsten Strothmann offers some tips for how to select personnel. Continue Reading