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Enterprise mobility is a constantly evolving undertaking. As with any technology, just when you think it’s safe to use a term, the wording changes or a new device or solution comes out. This report examines the technology behind mobile application development for the enterprise and takes a look at the platform landscape.
The enterprise is experiencing massive changes as the major technology trends of cloud computing and tablets are intersecting to upset the balance of legacy computing environments. Employees want to use tablets which run on operating systems that are familiar to them, avoiding a support nightmare for IT when transitioning to a new technology. Tablets provide streamlined computing experiences with instant-on access to corporate data and services that cannot easily be delivered by PCs and smartphones.
Download this white paper by Aberdeen Group to learn why companies must focus on enterprise mobility as a key IT strategy, and get practical tips on managing your mobile infrastructure for secure, compliant and optimized performance. Find out the key performance criteria to distinguish best-in-class companies. Discover how your company compares against the industry average across five key categories. Get specific recommendations on how to achieve Best-in-Class performance.
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Building a complex mobile app? Read this special report to learn why you should consider a mobile enterprise application platform (MEAP) for mobile app development, seamless deployment across devices and secure connection with back end systems.
Enterprise mobility has moved beyond just building apps. Businesses need a complete mobile enterprise solution that is secure, integrates with with existing CRM, financial, accounting, reporting and procurement systems, and works for all devices. Read this report by Netcentric Strategies to learn how IT teams can use mobile enterprise application platforms (MEAPs) for more efficient app development and management tools to help them streamline and simplify deployment across a fragmented mobile environment.
Both HTML5 and native mobile app development offer pros and cons. Luckily, you no longer have to sacrifice by having to choose one method over the other. You can decide to go hybrid and blend native apps with web content. Read this report by VDC Research to learn how to implement each development strategy and to help you decide which option is best for your enterprise.