March 6, 2015 / 0
Antivirus protection on a desktop computer is a no-brainer—even the least tech-savvy home computer owner knows it’s vital to have the very best installed. But what about antivirus software for smartphones and tablets? Read More
It’s important to keep the big picture in mind when designing a mobile app for your business—an overarching strategy is vital to an effective, user-friendly app. But the details are no less important, as they contribute significantly to the success of the app in terms of both popularity and usefulness.
Some of those details can be easy to overlook, so we’ve put together a list of the top mistakes to avoid when designing an enterprise mobile app. Read More
It’s no secret that a well-thought-out, effective mobile app can be a smart move for your business. Whether you are hoping to improve complicated day-to-day work systems, increase the communication between your virtual team members, or simply make mobile data access easier for your employees, a great mobile app can truly help you take your company’s internal processes to the next level. Read More
Companies that have developed a mobile app for their business are constantly gathering data from these apps, but how do they analyze that data and turn it into useful information that can be used to meet business goals? The need for analytics tools is real, but what changes should be made in light of the data a company receives from its mobile apps? There are several sets of data that an analytics tool can collect and present to a company for use in their mobile app strategy. Read More
With the continuous growth of smartphone use worldwide, the consumption of marketing content is increasingly becoming a mobile pastime. And that mobile marketing content can be distributed in one of two ways—either through a mobile website, or via a mobile app.
But when faced with the question of “mobile app vs mobile website,” which of these two options is better for your company? Read More
When considering the implementation of an enterprise mobility strategy, security must be one of the primary concerns addressed. If strong security measures are put in place throughout the entire process, from enterprise mobile app development to deployment to daily use by employees, then the introduction of a mobility strategy can provide real ROI. But if security is lacking in any way, allowing mobile access to your company’s data and network can do more harm than good. Read More
There is a very real concern about corporate data breaches via employee mobile devices, whether they are personal devices or company-owned. People carry their mobile devices everywhere with them, and sometimes lose them to carelessness or theft. Passwords aren’t enough to protect the data these devices hold. Read More
What Mobile Strategy is Right for Your Business? Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, has been a mobility strategy that many businesses have invested in over the past few years. However, forecasts for 2015 are predicting that the BYOD trend will taper off as a new strategy arises. Choose your own device, or CYOD, is predicted to take off in 2015 as an alternative to a system that some see as costly and ineffective. Read More
Is your business venturing into the world of mobility?
Read on to find out why having the ability to deploy apps through your own app store is invaluable. Read More