Whitepaper: How to Deliver a Global, Cross-Platform Mobile Application

by HP899Jul 09, 2012

When an enterprise sets out to create a strategic new mobile application, it simply cannot afford to gamble with the potential for failure. There are too many stakeholders, many of them with CxO titles, who have a great deal on the line - failure is not an option, and speed to market is essential. Without a Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) you are risking complexity and connectivity problems jeopardizing your entire mobile project.

An enterprise grade MEAP will reduce the time and complexity of design, development, deployment and testing, while establishing secure back-end connectivity, effective management and updates.

Read this paper to understand in detail what a MEAP does, types of MEAPs, and key evaluation criteria for you to choose one.

Whitepaper: How to Prototype, Build and Update Enterprise Apps 5x faster

by HP899Jul 09, 2012

Enterprise mobility is gaining speed, and companies are developing internal- and external-facing mobile applications that drive revenue, build brand loyalty, strengthen communication with partners, and enhance employee productivity.

In-house development is a complex, expensive, and time consuming process that requires coding in multiple languages, extensive testing on different platforms, and dedicated resources for ongoing updates and maintenance. IT teams need more efficient development and management tools for mobile enterprise applications to help them streamline and simplify app deployment across a fragmented mobile environment.

Read this paper to learn options for best-of-breed platforms that provide truly code-free cross-platform development, simultaneous integration with any internal or external data source, enhanced security features, and a CPU-based pricing model.

Whitepaper: HTML5, Native or Hybrid: Which Direction Should Your Company Take?

by HP899Jul 09, 2012

There is no silver bullet addressing the issues associated with mobile application development. Rather, there are clear scenarios that will favor one approach over another. Some of the most critical reasons why developers choose native development methods are application performance, security, user interface, access to device-side functionality and ability to run the application in an off-line state. Conversely, some of the key reasons why organizations choose HTML5 web app development include reaching broad audiences leveraging the cross-platform potential of HTML5.

Get this report to learn potential scenarios where each development strategy makes more sense and get practical insights regarding the realities of each application method for achieving your goals.

Whitepaper: Research: 2012 Mobility Management: Best-in-Class Strategies

by HP899Jul 09, 2012

IT must consider enterprise mobility, like public and private cloud deployments, as essential IT infrastructure. The convergence of Social, Mobile and Cloud (SoMoClo) provides opportunity for business transformation and resource realignment. In addition, Enterprise mobility itself has come of age, and can bring measurable business value to organizations that maintain their mobile infrastructure secure, compliant and optimized.

Read this study based on an online survey of over 260 organizations in 45 countries, to find out:
• Key mobility performance criteria to distinguish best-in-class companies
• How your company compares against the industry average across five key mobility categories
• Specific recommendations on how to achieve best-in-class mobility performance

Also included in this report is a case-study and evaluation criteria about selecting an EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) Solution for turning mobility strategies into profit.