This group is intended to introduce and reintroduce next-generation
architecture for mobile enterprise application development for discussion. It
used to be just MAG's now we have MEAP's... Mobile Enterprise Application
Platforms. Enterprises will increase their employees’ and customers’
productivity by enabling them to access and use information anywhere,
anytime, on any device, on any network. If you are interested in the group
please follow this link and register and join the discussions.
Following on from my previous article where I state that 'Mobility is an
exciting place', check out the new Apple posting on their Enterprise iPhone
Seems that Kraft Foods have adopted a wireless office policy insode the
company, using iPhone for all their Enterprise needs and have developed
iPhone applications for their consumers.
That takes the biscuit.... a Kraft one I hope ;-)
BTW secure e-mail, contacts and calendars can be achieved with SY/iAWS Mobile
Office especially if you have various email backends
This is the second in a series of five initial articles, in which I'm going
to put my thoughts and findings on the subject of Enteprise Mobility. For
this article I've decided to tackle the way that Business is viewing
Mobility. This has definately changed over the last few years and has been
caused by various factors.
Economic factors (as mentioned in my first article) Diversity of devices
(coming onto the market and into their companies)
Sophistication of devices & device operating systems (opening up innovative
designs for mobile applications)
Ubiquitous high speed networks (al... (more)
Did you miss the SYS-CON iPhone Developer Summit EAST in New York City which
happened June 22-23 2009?
Shame on you if you were not there, but do not worry as the guys at
SYS-CON.TV recorded an interview with Senthil Krishnapillai of Sybase
See it here.
Senthil covers quite a few interesting ideas and Sybase directions with
regard to Enterprise iPhone & Enterprise Mobility.
Sybase will also be sponsoring and presenting at the iPhone Developer Summit
WEST in Santa Clara, CA on Nov 3rd
This is the last in a series of five initial articles, in which I'm going to
put my thoughts and findings on the subject of Enteprise Mobility.
For this final article I have decided to sum up the thoughts and findings of
the previous articles to form an initial set of 'Steps for Success' for an
Enterprise Mobility Strategy.
Currently my thoughts are...
Take a Strategic approach that can evolve and adapt, with innovations and
opportunities that will happen in the mobile industry... For example look at
the handset and OS market and one thing that you can say is, that it is
always ... (more)