Rob Tiffany

Tag Archive: iOS

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Reduce Corporate Expenses by Mobile-Enabling Existing Business Systems with REST APIs

Mobile-enable backend business systems by wrapping them with REST APIs that speak the same language as any device, browser or app. Most backend business systems organizations have deployed over the last several decades have absolutely nothing common. They all speak…
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Enterprise Mobility for 2015 and Beyond

This last year was full of spectacular moments as mobility continued to consume the world. We now have almost three billion people online and most of that number is due to smartphones. Mobile apps eclipsed the web as the place people spend more of…
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Microsoft Office is Now Available for the iPad

Today we made the highly anticipated move to bring Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint to the Apple iPad. All three products can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store and used to view existing documents.  Via an in-app…
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Mobile World Congress in Pictures

While Winter rages on in most of the northern hemisphere, Mobile World Congress brings us Springtime in lovely Barcelona. Hola from sunny Barcelona!  Mobile World Congress 2014 is bigger than ever with over 85,000 attendees.  With mobility firmly in control…
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Consumerization of IT Collides with MEAP: iPhone + iPad > Cloud

In my ‘Consumerization of IT Collides with MEAP’ article last week, I described how to connect iPhones and iPads to Microsoft’s On-Premise infrastructure. In this week’s scenario, I’ll use the picture below to illustrate how iOS utilizes many of Gartner’s…
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Consumerization of IT Collides with MEAP: iPhone + iPad > On-Premises

In my last ‘Consumerization of IT Collides with MEAP’ article, I described how to connect a Windows Phone device to Microsoft’s Cloud servers in Azure. By now you’re probably thinking, “It’s easy to talk about Microsoft endpoints talking to Microsoft…
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