Wireless is a very generic term that may refer to numerous forms of non-wired transmission, including AM and FM radio, TV, cellphones, portable phones and wireless LANs. Various techniques are used to provide wireless transmission, including infrared line of sight, cellular, microwave, satellite, packet radio and spread spectrum.
Enterprises are increasingly looking to expand their ALM capabilities to include mobile application testing. Users of HP’s Unified Functional Testing (UFT), formerly QuickTest Pro, now have an option to perform mobile functional testing (regression) with access to real mobile devices hosted in the cloud, leveraging the native test automation capabilities found in UFT.
White Paper Published By: Microsoft
Published Date: Nov 08, 2013
Find out why developers increasingly choose .NET to create new applications faster and more efficiently and why it offers the clearest path from the client/server world to the emerging device/cloud world.
White Paper Published By: Macheen
Published Date: Nov 06, 2013
The “connectivity revolution” is defining a new mobile reality, which creates both disruptive change and substantial opportunity.
Understanding key insights can help individuals and
enterprises alike navigate this change and realize the unprecedented opportunity it represents.
A look inside the latest World Quality Report* and a conversation with Sogeti's Jean-Pascal Duniau. This report, published by Capgemini, Sogeti, and HP is based on interviews with 1,553 respondents in 25 countries uncovers a number of new developments in the testing / QA market and an increased change of pace. With a heightened focus on mobility and the demand for testing in the cloud gathering pace, this growing demand means that companies are having to re-evaluate their resources and strategies.
White Paper Published By: Macheen
Published Date: Oct 30, 2013
Relying on Wi-Fi hotspots when out of the office environment can negatively impact productivity, as well as being completely unsecure, and traditional data plans are costly. It’s time to stop the Wi-Fi shuffle and ditch the data plan today.
Managing UC means delivering streaming video fluidly, transmitting voice with clarity, moving IM's briskly, and send emails promptly. Easier said than done. To succeed from setup to show time, take these three tips to achieve the high performance end-users expect.
Read how your business can gain that advantage by delivering the type of mobile experience users have come to expect, from Michael Finneran of dBrn Associates and Brad Herrington of Interactive Intelligence.
Ubiquitous connectivity has its benefits, but in the enterprise it also introduces the danger of information overload and communication breakdown. Businesses need to look to consumer social hubs and evolve their communications solutions from separate silos to an integrated mix of devices, apps and solutions on a cloud-based infrastructure.
Mobile applications are radically altering the way businesses operate and how they interact with their employees and customers. Ensuring performance of these mobile apps is critical, yet performance is difficult to monitor.
"While free Wi-Fi is ubiquitous in airports, coffee shops, hotels, and other highly trafficked areas, this service is no longer unique to these locales. Guest Wi-Fi is now expected in nearly every industry – but how do you deliver Wi-Fi while enforcing acceptable use policies and meeting compliance regulations?
Dive into the requirements for Wi-Fi security by consulting this brief resource today. Inside, find five essential recommendations to help you make Wi-Fi security your business reality – read on to get started now."
All indicators are up when it comes to mobility: More devices, more users, more budget, and more applications. Business technology leaders must begin planning now for a security paradigm shift, one that will pull together disparate security policies into a single, user-centric, universal policy that can apply to whatever devices and apps employees use. This white paper from BlueCoat explores the new security challenges mobility trends are creating, and how security must change to meet them.
At Microsoft, we have been hard at work delivering an amazing amount of innovation to help you succeed in this transformational time. What we are seeing in the industry calls for a different approach.An approach that provides a comprehensive and modern platform for the worlds apps
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When asked how important technology is to driving innovation in their organizations, 100 percent of CEOs indicated it was important, with 80 percent pointing out that it’s very important, according to HP sponsored research. Even CIOs agree with their CEOs.
According to the same research, when asked whether or not technology will be the innovation engine or administrative engine for a business or government, approximately two out of three CEOs said it would be the “innovation engine.” This represents a significant shift in the role that technology is playing in enterprises.
Today, organizations demand new applications and more functionality delivered more quickly, and at a lower cost than ever before. Many organizations either want a mobile application or are already using one. In fact, according to analysts, by 2016 350 million employees will use smartphones at work and businesses will increase spending on mobile projects over 100 percent in the same time.
Whether you want to map directions, find a restaurant, look up your flight details, see where your next meeting is, or just check your email, chances are you do it on your smartphone. Just about everything is going mobile. Industries such as retail and financial services are going mobile to increase efficiency and generate more revenue. Mobile business apps and mobile enterprise apps have the potential to transform organizations. This white paper discusses key mobile trends and analyzes how financial services organizations must change their IT application development, testing, monitoring, and management methodologies while extending their services to multi-client mobile environments, leveraging both Native and Mobile-oriented Web apps.
Webinar Published By: Brainshark
Published Date: May 07, 2013
Do your field reps use iPads or iPhones? If so, enable them to present with PowerPoint the way it was meant to be seen -- with fonts, colors and animations intact. Plus, empower you content team to instantly edit and update all versions of a particular presentation, all with the click of a mouse. Ideal for reducing risk and maintaining compliance! Users in more than 140 countries use SlideShark to deliver consistent, secure PowerPoint presentations on iPads and iPhones. Find out how SlideShark can empower you to distribute, control and track field PowerPoints. Click here to watch a quick 2-minute video and see SlideShark in action.
This report, which is the vision report of the mobile app development playbook for application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals, focuses on the changes application developers need to understand if they want to build modern applications that deliver contextual customer experiences.
Smartphones and tablets are game changers for engagement because people carry them everywhere they go. Your customers and partners and employees have perpetual access to the vast resources of the Internet — and hopefully your mobile app as well — in the key moments of their day. In interviews with more than 100 mobile innovators, we have found four places where mobile engagement transforms services and processes: customer engagement, process acceleration, employee productivity, and new business services. Even at this early stage of development, you can see positive impacts of mobile engagement in apps from General Electric, Trane, and Uber Technologies. We close with a simple framework for prioritizing which apps and features people will actually use based how useful and convenient they are.
By 2014, smartphones and tablets will put power in the pockets of a billion global consumers, including your employees and partners and customers. However, mobile is not simply another device for IT to support with a shrunken website or a screen-scraped application. Rather, mobile is the visible manifestation of a much broader shift to systems of engagement that marry physical context and digital intelligence to deliver service directly into a person's hands. This shift will add value and take cost out of every business service, workflow process, and business application. But mobile engagement will also require wholesale changes to your app design, service delivery, IT skills, technology assets, and even your business model. This report lays out a vision for mobile engagement and introduces the strategic elements developed further in The CIO's Mobile Engagement playbook.
Successful mobile apps, especially enterprise mobile apps, typically need to interact with a well-architected set of back-end services, but most mobile app developers are more skilled at client-side front-end development. Enter mobile back-end-as-a-service (BaaS), a new set of hosted platforms that addresses the gap between front-end development proficiency and back-end infrastructure requirements. Enterprise-class back-end-as-a-service addresses scalability while providing an integration platform into existing enterprise services. Use this research as your guidebook to navigating the emerging BaaS landscape.
This paper provides a framework to help healthcare organizations achieve effective, affordable and measurable patient empowerment, encouraging populations of patients to take greater responsibility for their own care.
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