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Apps

Keep your Mobile Data Safe when Apps Talk to Each Other

Convert Win32 applications using local interprocess communications (IPC) to mobile apps that securely send data to each other via contracts. In the 90s, platforms and programming languages allowed developers to call functions that were increasingly farther away from the calling code. Calling into subroutines gave way to instantiating classes to call functions. Calling exported functions in …
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Make your Apps More Personal and Contextual or Risk Losing Customers

Awaken those one-dimensional, client/server applications to all the sensors found on mobile devices that make them richly personal. The desktop apps of the 90s could really only sense mouse clicks. While they could communicate over dial-up modems, those apps were unable to discern the world around them until smartphones arrived and became the most personal …
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Your Win32 Apps are Broken so Break them Up to Improve Employee Productivity

Replace your large, complex, monolithic Win32 apps that still provide business value with multiple, single-purpose mobile apps. I was involved in the architecture and development of some really large systems for some of the world’s largest companies. The user interfaces for all these systems had hundreds of screens. People with various job functions, from multiple …
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Reduce Business Risk by Migrating your Legacy Software to Modern, Secure Platforms and Programming Languages

Businesses drag their feet when mobilizing line of business apps via legacy software migration thinking it’s cheaper to maintain a codebase than to rewrite. I get it. Migrating all those apps to mobile seems like eating the proverbial elephant. They cost a lot of money to build, the highly-skilled developers needed to rewrite the code …
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Improve Employee Productivity by Moving your Win32 and Web 1.0 Apps to Mobile

It’s time to migrate the millions of Win32 and Web 1.0 apps that currently run global business to mobile. Global businesses are run primarily by Windows applications built in the 90s. While apps were created for DOS, the Apple II, OS/2, Sun Workstations, Win16, NeXT, SGI and the Mac in the 80s and early 90s, …
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Reduce Risk to Your Business by Ensuring Your EMM Package can Block Malicious Apps

To prevent malicious apps from attacking corporate assets, get an EMM solution that disables app stores while blacklisting and whitelisting apps. Despite what you’re thinking, malicious apps may be one of the biggest threats your mobile enterprise will face. You might believe that device encryption, the use of a PIN to logon and utilizing a …
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Reduce Corporate Expenses by Configuring Devices and Delivering Apps to Users with MDM

When you’re ready to deploy apps or provision Wi-Fi, certificates, VPN or email to mobile devices, get an EMM solution to provide MDM. With the basics of device-level security and policy enforcement covered by Exchange ActiveSync, you’re ready to take the next step in providing value to your employees. Extending access to PIM, delivering apps …
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Reduce Business Expenses and Accelerate Mobile Integration with Backend Servers

Accelerate the mobile integration and delivery of server resources to any device utilizing mobile middleware solutions like MEAP, MADP, MRAD or mBaaS. Enterprise mobile apps don’t live in a vacuum. They typically communicate with a backend system. Some newer, vertically-integrated packages provide the backend system and mobile apps to get you up and running quickly. …
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Enterprise Mobility Exchange 2014

Join me in Las Vegas for the Enterprise Mobility Exchange at Caesars Palace on October 27-28. I’ll be discussing the current state of enterprise mobility as well as future trends that definitely need to be on your radar.  I’ll also be talking about the Internet of Things (IoT) phenomenon and how sensors, beacons, and real-time telemetry …
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