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Forrester’s Mobile Mind Shift Index Monitors An Evolving Preference For Mobile

Forrester IT

Marketers and product strategists have used Forrester’s Mobile Mind Shift Index (MMSI) for years to understand their audiences and inform their mobile strategy. We introduced the MMSI in 2013 to help companies assess whether an audience is ready to engage with them on mobile.

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Capriza: Modernizing and mobilizing business apps

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Capriza enables enterprises to take their business mobile this week. Mobile-enabling business applications untethers your users from their desks and allows them to focus on developing a competitive advantage. Company Mobile Companies

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Managing Mobile Business Insecurities

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More and more companies are moving towards an adoption of a BYOD (bring your own device) strategy. By 2017, 2/3 of companies will adopt a BYOD solution. Today about 75% of mobile apps fail the most basic security tests, and that number is probably going up not down.

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Tracking The Megatrend of Mobility

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In this post we dive deeper into the trend of Mobility. A snapshot of the trend right now indicates: The trend is providing all humanity with a mobile, connected supercomputer. Enterprises must serve mobile users and mobile employees, and watch for mobile threats.

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BlueBox Security: Serving the corporate world by securing mobile data

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Bluebox Security is saving the corporate world from information thievery by securing company data as it interacts with employee mobile devices & services. Company Security Companies bluebox Mobile device

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UAE telco launches mobile wallet

Computer Weekly

Etisalat signs deal with technology company to offer its customers a mobile wallet service, as fintech expands in the Middle East

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How CIOs Deal With Mobile Disruption

The Accidental Successful CIO

Mobile disruptions can happen at any time Image Credit. As CIO, because of the importance of information technology, you need to get ready to deal with the disruptions that that arrival of even more mobile technology is going to create.

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Both Sides of Enterprise Mobility

Cloud Musings

Photo credit: Shutterstock Enterprise mobility has become table stakes in the world of business. The familiarity we all have with smartphones and wireless access, actually obscures the true difficulty of developing and executing an effective corporate mobile strategy.

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CIO Mistakes – Treating Mobile Like Desktop Development

The Accidental Successful CIO

Developing mobile apps is a lot different from creating a desktop application Image Credit: Mystery People. In the past, a great deal of the software that we created was designed to be used throughout the company on desktops. The arrival of the mobile age has changed all of this.

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Update On The Megatrend of Mobility

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In this post we dive deeper into the trend of Mobility. A snapshot of the trend right now indicates: The trend is providing all humanity with a mobile, connected supercomputer. Enterprises must serve mobile users and mobile employees, and watch for mobile threats.

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Have You Correctly Estimated Your Company’s Demand For Mobile?

The Accidental Successful CIO

First it was mobile phones, now its tablets… Image Credit: Nana B Agyei. Before then, mobile phones were just that – phones. However, the iPhone changed all of this – now phones were mini computers that wanted to connect to the company’s network and all of sudden everyone understood the importance of information technology. It turns out that that in just about every company there were employees to whom the iPad really spoke.

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Should You Build in-house or Outsource Development of Your Mobile Apps?

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Once an enterprise has decided to go down the path of building native mobile apps, there is one critical decision involved –whether to build these apps in-house or to outsource development. If mobile is key to future growth, it is best to produce in-house. Sunil Thomas.

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Think You’re Mobile? Think Again

CIO Dashboard

Few innovations surpass the transformative, global impact of mobile…and we’re only just getting started. There are now more mobile devices than people, and they’re multiplying five times faster than we are. Developing a Mobile Mindset – Dispelling Mobile Misconceptions.

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Your Mobile Website Sucks

Forrester IT

This is part two in a series on Reinventing the Web to Win the Mobile Moment. Here's part one, a Drunk History Of Mobile Strategy. For 20 years we have optimized the web as a big billboard broadcasting everything about a company.

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Mobile Experiences Just Got Better

Forrester IT

This immediately changes how companies deliver mobile experiences. Because it knocks down 3 major stumbling blocks of mobile experience development: Read more Categories: Android. mobile. Android App Apple Application Development Google Instant Apps iOS mobileOh, hello friends, it's been too long! But I couldn't let today's news stay this far under the radar.

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AirPatrol: Cognitive Mobility and Wireless Situational Awareness.

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AirPatrol delivers the first intelligent enterprise mobility solution that continuously monitors mobile devices and dynamically adapts their capabilities for the situation. Company Cyber Security Mobile Security Companies AirPatrol mobile ZoneDefense AirPatrol operates under the premise that in security location is everything. There management team, board, and advisors are all first rate, as is their reputation for partnering with others in the community.

How To Make Your Business Process Management (BPM) Mobile Friendly

The Accidental Successful CIO

In this mobile age, your business processes need to be mobile friendly Image Credit: Milica Sekulic. In a nutshell, it’s how your company does business. The arrival of everyday mobile devices has had a major impact on how firms perform their business processes.

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Brewing an Addictive Mobile Experience

Perficient - Digital Transformation

Mobile is a Double Shot of Espresso. If your business is still thinking about mobile as an afterthought, keep this number in your head: Our annual spend at Starbucks increased from $120 a year to $1000 a year because of an app. Mobile is the First Screen.

Google Identifies Companies with Unsecure Email Practices

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On June 3 rd , Google publicly announced more free information for Internet users in its official blog; with a new section of its Transparency Report , Google will identify which companies encrypt your emails and which companies do not. By Shannon Perry.

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If Mobile Isn’t On Your Radar, It Should Be

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Editor's note: In this post, AIIM ’s CEO John Mancini urges enterprises to take a serious look at mobile ECM as their window on content. -bg. Enterprises understand that there is a natural synergy between mobile services and mobile content. Yet despite this, many are being slow at putting effective mobile programs in place to satisfy the 24/7 connected business world. Only 10 percent of those interviewed said they thought they had a successful mobile program in place.

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The Battle for Mobile Operating System Supremacy

The Investing Edge

Apple’s market share fell to the low single digits, putting the company on the verge of bankruptcy. It’s the Mobility Battle, Stupid. Fast forward two decades, and the battle for mobile supremacy became the defining technology issue of the day.

The New Mobile Enterprise Reality

The Investing Edge

The statistics don’t lie: 2013 was the year of mobile. More than two billion mobile devices were shipped globally last year. Global mobile traffic now accounts for 15 percent of all internet traffic. Indeed, the mobility theme is not just a consumer phenomenon.

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Real World Mobility – Filling the Gaps

Eric D. Brown

I just finished reading through the Dimension Data Secure Enterprise Mobility Report.The report is a nice report on how modern organizations are thinking about and approaching strategic planning with mobility, BYOD and security in mind. Sponsored by Dimension Data.

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How the CIO can Sleuth Mobile Systems

CIO Dashboard

The responsibility of conducting mobile forensic investigations in the workplace should fall in the lap of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Fetching data from mobile devices is fraught with challenges not found in the more mature realm of personal computers.

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Mobile and video pay off for Google’s parent company Alphabet

Computer Weekly

Alphabet ascribes strong second quarter financial results to long-term investments in mobile and video as demand for advertising through these channels increases

Drunk History of Your Mobile Strategy

Forrester IT

But can you name even two mobile websites you love? So we stared into the awful maw of the mobile web to learn how to fix it. 65 companies signed up to help. Everybody can name their favorite apps. We can't.

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Comparing SAP with mobile phone tech companies like Nokia and Blackberry

IT Toolbox

Comparing mobile companies with SAP may not be the best comparisons but people are doing it anyway

Mobilize Every Function in the Organization for Digitalization

CEB IT

67% of business leaders say their company will no longer be competitive if it can’t be significantly more digital by 2020. Gartner surveys show digitalization is a high priority for both private- and public-sector organizations — and is in many cases is a do-or-die imperative — making business model change inevitable: 87% of senior business leaders say digitalization is a company priority. 66% of CEOs expect their company to change its business model in the next three years.

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Winning the Information War with Mobile

CIO Dashboard

They are empowering their sales forces with real-time access to warranty, financing and inventory information—above and beyond what the customer is likely to have—with mobile devices. Mobile for employees was cited most often as the most important technology to increase innovation.

Mobile App Development in the Enterprise: What’s Next?

The Investing Edge

Mobile apps are expected to drive more than $38 billion in revenue by 2015, and enterprises have joined the cause. Events Mobility & Communications 451 research apperian apps B2B IT Forum BYOD chris hazelton consumerization events localytics mobile mobility samsung Staples symantec veriv

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Privoro: Advanced anti-surveillance platform for smartphones

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Company Mobile Companies Security CompaniesModern smartphones leak information everywhere they go. Those of us who track matters like this know it and try to minimize risk, but still it is a horrible choice we have to make.

Your Drunk History of Mobile Strategy

Forrester IT

But can you name even two mobile websites you love? So we decided to stare into the awful maw of the mobile web and learn how to fix it. 65 companies signed up to help. Everybody can name their favorite apps. We can't.

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The Mindset of a Mobile Ready Enterprise

CIO Dashboard

The mobile device is changing the customer experience and forcing organizations to re-think how they engage with their customers and employees. Many companies are beginning to understand how mobile devices can grow customer loyalty, generate new revenue streams and improve customer experience.

Mobile Highly Relevant to B2B Customers

Perficient - Digital Transformation

We commonly think that B2B customers don’t really need mobile. Recently, however, we see more and more evidence that B2B customers are equally likely to be mobile users. They show that 50% of B2B searches originate on mobile devices and they expect that to grow to 70% by 2020.

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