While CIOs rank mobility as one of their highest priorities, many enterprises are implementing mobility in a slow and sporadic fashion, according to the VMware 2015 State of Business Mobility Report.
Mobile software development company Trilibis launched a new mobile app development framework this week that taps into a company's existing Web content and quickly converts it to mobile formats for viewing on portable devices.
Good Technology's Q2 Mobility Index Report is out, offering insight into how companies are implementing and using mobile technology across their organizations.
A new AIIM report released this week looks at how businesses are making decisions about cloud and mobile access to corporate content, and how it impacts enterprise content management.
AnyPresence announced Tuesday that it has updated its mobile backend-as-a-service platform to accelerate application programming interface initiatives, support IT-governed mobile programs and enable applications for the Internet of Things.
As enterprises face the increasing demand from employees for mobile apps, one option to reduce the cost and increase the speed of mobile app development is to use codeless app development, according to a report prepared by Peter Crocker, principal analyst with Smith's Point Analytics.
A convincing 85 percent of businesses said that mobile app development is either "important," "very important," or "essential" to their business, yet more than half complain about the high cost associated with DevOps and infrastructure provisioning in developing those apps.
I came across an interesting blog post this week by Kitty Weldon, principal analyst for enterprise mobility at Current Analysis, who noted the mobile application platform market is moving to cloud-based services.
Electric Cloud has taken its Ship.io continuous integration solution for mobile developers out of its public beta phase and launched general availability.
Enterprises large and small are at risk from insecure mobile apps and mobile malware, particularly those that allow employees to bring their own devices to work. To give IT tools to combat these threat, IBM is bringing together technology from two of its recent acquisitions--Fiberlink and Trusteer.