Rob Tiffany

Monthly Archive: December 2016

Fort Knox

Mobile Apps Must be their own Fortress to Withstand Attacks from Hackers

A mobile app must be its own fortress and never assume platforms are encrypted, authenticated, use VPN or require a PIN for security.

Albuquerque

Mobile Apps Must Work Offline Because Wireless Connectivity isn’t Ubiquitous

Intermittent wireless connectivity requires mobile apps to follow sync patterns using pre-fetched data via APIs and offline local storage.

Jacksonville

Give Smartphone Users Mobile Web Apps or Else!

Replace heavyweight, desktop focused, bandwidth eating, Web 1.0 sites with lightweight Mobile Web apps using responsive web design.

San Antonio

Delivering Apps to Mobile Devices via Remote Pixel Projection is a Terrible Idea

The use of remote pixel projection technology to view Win32 apps on mobile devices should be considered nothing more than an interim workaround.

Milwaukee

Web 1.0 Server Round-Trips are Like Watching Paint Dry

Replace wasteful, server round-trip Web 1.0 sites built with Cold Fusion, CGI, ASP, Servlets, Perl and Livewire with AJAX empowered web apps.

toronto

Get with the Program and Migrate those Web 1.0 Intranet Apps to HTML5

Migrate Web 1.0 Intranet apps built for Netscape + Internet Explorer 3 to HTML5, CSS3 & ECMAScript5 for modern browsers.

fog

The Cloud is Dead, Long Live the Edge

We interrupt your regularly scheduled migration to the cloud to bring you a much more important megatrend called the Internet of Things.

Orlando

It’s Time to Dump your 1990s App Authentication

Migrate Win32 applications secured by client/server database logins to mobile apps that useĀ OAuth & enterprise cloud directories for authentication instead.