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
No one can doubt the success of Apple's iPhone, as it's now sold in over 70
countries and to date has well over 13 million units in use. I have been
keeping a close watch and I'm sure that each one of us can say that they have
seen one in use by a friend, neighbor and even a passerby in the street. It
is my opinion that the success story has happened not just because the iPhone
is a great device, but it is the all-around user experience that it creates
which makes it so compelling!
With the iPhone more than earning its place in the consumer market, it is now
being adopted by cor... (more)
Today Sybase announced that the Sybase Unwired Platform (SUP), which has been
identified by Gartner as the leading Mobile enterprise Application Platform -
MEAP, will be used by Samsung SDS to deliver their new Samsung SDS Enterprise
Samsung SDS’s Enterprise Mobile Service is comprised of a cloud computing
technology-based mobile infrastructure and backend integration with various
enterprise applications, such as ERP, CRM, SCM, etc.
Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms are the next-generation architecture
for mobile enterprise application development. SU... (more)
W. David Gardner who writes for InformationWeek has a very interesting
article here. He states the J.D. Power's study of smartphone satisfaction,
which reports that the Apple iPhone topped the Blackberry and other devices.
I am not surprised as if you have read my articles over the last 6 month, I
have been seeing increasing business use and visibility for the iPhone.
If you want a few more example, check out the Apple Enterprise iPhone website
But remember that when bringing devices into the Enterprise you should manage
and secure your corporate assets!
Gartner has identified their Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2010 and
Mobile applications have finally made it onto their radar.
Fellow blogger Philippe Winthrop of Enterprise Mobility Matters brought up a
good observation, that for some reason Gartner missed mobility completely
last year and though they added mobile applications for 2010, he thinks they
have completely missed the boat on mobility as a top 10 technology for 2010
and I have to agree with him. As part of my Technical Evangelist role at
Sybase I have seen Mobile Applications becoming more important in the