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For years, HP has been on the cutting edge when it comes to server management technology. HP’s OpenView was long a standard in even heterogeneous server environments, and they’ve only continue to offer stellar options since then. The latest release by HP takes server management to a w...
If you have been following me over the last few years, you would know that I am a Mobility Evangelist passionate on Mobile Technologies, Hardware and Apps, especially with respect to in-house Enterprise Mobile Application Development and the usage of Mobility in the Enterprise. I thoug...
IBM has jumped into the MEAP (mobile enterprise application platform) competition with yesterday’s announced intent to acquire MEAP vendor Worklight.   Worklight is headquartered in New York and was founded in 2006 by CEO Shahar Kaminitz.  Worklight's software supp...
We were very excited to announce recognition of our hard work on our SSL VPN solutions: F5 Positioned in Leaders Quadrant of SSL VPN Magic Quadrant. Second, we were even more excited to announce adding industry-leading support for Android’s 4.x OS, enhancing its SSL VPN capabilities. ...
Mobile consumers can finally land on mobile-optimized commerce-enabled websites and the traffic to these sites can be converted into transactions in a trusted, secure environment. These mobile conversion metrics are the key and the resulting revenue numbers are real, undeniable, and im...
Earlier today CNET published an interview with Marc Andreessen, in which the Netscape founder and influential VC outlines his personal vision for where tech is heading in the near future. His new tagline, from a piece he wrote for the New York Times, is “software is eating the world”, ...
The mobile web is rapidly becoming the face of the cloud. The cloud enables your apps and data to be anywhere. The mobile device is becoming the de-facto interaction for a significant portion of your time. The cloud is enabling a seismic shift in Business operations . From legacy on p...
More capable smartphones and media tablets are now joining a variety of highly portable netbook computers that have already invaded the workplace. Many are being combined with mobile apps that tap into cloud-based productivity solutions. According to the latest market study by ABI Res...
Mashable reports that Google has improved its IOS Google+ app: The search giant follows Tuesday’s Android update of Google+with a similar refresh to its iOS version, now available free on the App Store. What’s new? Like its Android cousin, the iOS version of the Google+ mobile app now...
Media tablet and smartphone software applications (apps) have entered the mainstream of business technology. In fact, results from recent market research by International Data Corporation (IDC) demonstrates that service providers are already reporting increasing enterprise and independ...
Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder upgrades with brand-new UI and very cool new features. Brand-new attractive UI Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder got a new and very attractive UI. You can see how it looks below but the best way to experience it, is to log in or sign up. You will like it. Upgraded exp...
Is it a play at patent acquisition? - absolutely. There's plenty of data to confirm that protection from patent litigation is top-of-mind in the mobile industry now. Apple, Microsoft, Oracles acquire Nortel's patents, Google responds with Motorola Mobility's arsenal of intellectual pro...
Tiggr is a Web-based IDE for building mobile Web and native apps. Today I’d like to give you 15 reasons why this new-of-a-kind IDE deserves your attention. 1. Mobile Apps IDE in the Cloud – Access Your App Anytime, Anywhere Tiggr is a mobile apps IDE in the cloud. There is nothing to...
We spent the week, like many other folks, at O’Reilly’s Velocity Conference 2011 – a conference dedicated to speed, of web sites, that is. This year the conference organizers added a new track called Mobile Performance. With the consumerization of IT ongoing and the explosion of manag...
Untethered knowledge workers expect the unique capabilities of smartphones and tablets that enrich mobile applications in ways that cannot be offered on Windows desktops. While VDI can deliver Windows apps to mobile devices, the user experience bar has risen significantly. Previously...
Some kinds of solutions just seem naturally suited for being in a cloud-centric network. For example, why do companies buy and deploy their own in-house EDI solution and create unique data maps to every supplier or business trading partner in order to exchange EDI data? This is about ...
Companies rarely understand the full extent of the changes mobile software solutions will bring to their organization. They appreciate the concept of having access to enterprise content in mobile environments and converting paper document processes to paper, but they don't often see th...
Twice in the past two days a machine has sent me a M2M message in my home. The first time it told me that its inventory was low, and then asked if I wanted to replenish its inventory from a specific vendor. The second M2M message alerted me to a mechanical problem. In both cases it ...
I cannot believe I have only been working on the Windows Phone 7 team for three months. So much has happened, it feels like a lifetime. What’s been most impressive to me has been the pace of the engineering team. Considering how many technologies from across the company we are bringin...
Video on mobile devices is powerful. I started blogging about videos in mobile applications about three years ago, but at that time it was only available on Windows Mobile devices via a link to a browser that connected to YouTube or other video sites. Today mobile devices take and su...
Yes – I suppose you can ignore Android if you only work on the server side and have nothing to do with how user interacts with your application or you have taken a vow not to touch anything that has Java in it. Otherwise it may not be very wise to ignore Android. Did you know that… ...
In today's fast-paced world, the need to be constantly connected and always accessible has made mobility a strategic corporate asset across the enterprise. Business can come to a halt when employees do not have access to network services and when they cannot easily reach the people the...
I had the opportunity to present and sit on a panel at the Connected World Conference in Chicago last week, and I thought I’d summarize some of the key discussion points from these sessions. That Machine-to-Machine (M2M) is gaining ever increasing mindshare and market size is indisputa...
SAP has a section of their SDN/SCN portal for enterprise mobility. On this site they have a diagram depicting an end-to-end mobile solution. This diagram does a good job of causing fear in just about everyone. The diagram shows a deep stack of technology components, each with their ow...
When a developer has an idea for a mobile application, there are hundreds of factors that go into the decision of which platform they plan on targeting. Assuming equal hardware features (e.g. the developer isn't making an app that requires something that only exists on one platform), ...
Mobile middleware is more than synchronizing databases and providing basic application integration. It needs to include support for business process extensions, and it must provide a set of features and functions that support lightweight, "Instant Value" or "Mobile Micro-Apps" smartpho...
A new telecom paradigm is on the verge of becoming reality. Not a disruptive technology, not the right brain flash of a new radical idea – rather it is a logical development of existing infrastructure using better operational execution.
It appears there are at least six unique mobile solution models. This is a dynamic list, a work in progress, so please help me understand other models that need to be added. Mobile middleware - often includes a mobile database, a server database, synchronization, and basic database i...
I caught up with Neil McHugh from Sky Technologies the other day. He is a transplant from Scotland to the USA via IBM and is now on the Texas side of the Sky Technologies family. He is VP of Marketing and Business Development – Americas. The mobile market is strong, and we are winnin...
Over the last few weeks we have seen the public announcement of iPhone OS 4.0 and the news of the lost prototype iPhone HD, so I thought I would revisit my iPhone Crystal Ball predictions to see how close I was. iPhone SDK Private APIs becoming public, such as the SDK having an easy wa...
Everyone has known for a while that Apple would soon be coming out with an update to the iPhone OS. We knew it would have some great enhancements for enterprise use, but, since Apple is great at keep secrets, everyone has been waiting with baited breath to see what those enhancements w...
I have heard much discussion lately on the subject of mobile micro applications in the SAP ecosystem. These are described as light weight mobile applications that do simple things. There are literally hundreds of these micro-apps possible. The challenge is how does a SAP customer man...
Over the last couple of weeks I have had multiple discussions with organizations that tried to go mobile, only they weren’t successful. (FYI – None of these organizations have ever been MobileFrame customers) After hearing about all of the obstacles they tried to overcome, I realized ...
MobileFrame Engineering is getting close to releasing the next version of our complete mobility solution into open beta. MobileFrame 4.7 reintroduces DB2 support, built-in version control, several UI and performance improvements… and a few other surprises to be announced soon.
I had an interesting call with a company today that is involved in real workforce mobility. They have a solution called Total Employee Mobility. Here is a brief description from their website. "Now more than ever, companies rely on the mobility of their employees to realize new opportu...
Asplundh Tree Expert Company, selected MobileFrame’s enterprise mobility platform to implement mobile applications across their operations.   The [...]
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Today Sybase reported record results for the fourth quarter and full year ended Dec. 31, 2009. These figures are the best Quarter in the company history. Total revenue of $331.7 million for Q409 and $1.17 billion for full year. These figure continue to show Sybase’s position as the ind...
Master, what is the best way to mastering iPhone Development? Grasshopper, here are my seven steps to becoming an iPhone Developer. Tread carefully and you will become a wise man...
I have spent many years working with mobile application development tools. Each of the vendors I have known speak about the simplicity and speed of using their tools to develop and implement mobile applications. It is, for the most part, marketing speak. Developing a mobile application...