Mobile & IoT News

IBM Impact: IBM Mobile Foundation Supports Full Lifecycle, Multiple Stakeholders

During last week’s IBM Impact conference, Big Blue rolled out an integrated lifecycle portfolio to support mobile IT projects across all key phases – application development, operations, integration, security and management. IBM Mobile Foundation sports technology updates to IBM Worklight, Endpoint Manager, Cast Iron and other IBM components. 

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Antenna Software Survey Finds 4 Ways a Mobile App Can Flop

Enterprise mobile and BYOD projects are capturing attention and budget from more in IT, but sadly end users aren’t so impressed. A report from Antenna Software, its Mobile Business Forecast 2012, found a remarkable 75% of employees may not be using mobile apps built for them by IT. IDN talks with an Antenna exec to find out why so many mobile apps can flop.

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Report: Banks Should Do More To Optimize Websites for Tablets as Adoption Skyrockets

Tablet adoption is set to grow 40% by 2016 and tablet users conducting mobile banking is growing at twice the rate of non-tablet users. Despite this lucrative potential for tablets, less than 20% of the top 25 banks have native tablet apps, according to research by Javelin Strategy & Research.

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Keynote DeviceAnywhere, Shunra Partner for Real-World Mobile App Testing

Keynote DeviceAnywhere, a provider of Mobile ALM solutions has teamed up with Shunra Software, a provider of network virtualization and app performance engineering software, to offer devs application testing for mobile apps and websites from remotely-accessible devices using real-world mobile network conditions.

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IDN CEO Chat: Appian’s Matt Calkins on Mobility as a ‘Multiplier’ for BPM, Social

IDN sits down for a CEO Chat with Appian Corp’s Chief Executive Matt Calkins to explore Appian’s vision for bringing together mobile, social and BPM. It’s an approach that lets workers collaborate, problem solve and deliver customer satisfaction anytime from anywhere.

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Antenna Software's AMPchroma Delivers Cloud-Based Mobile ALM

Antenna Software is bringing a complete mobile app lifecycle to the cloud. AMPchroma aims to speed up and simplify the design, launch and management of mobile apps for consumers and enterprise workers. IDN speaks with Antenna execs about the AMPchroma cloud-based mobile lifecycle management platform.

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Shunra Software Integrates Mobile Testing with HP Load Testing, ALM

Shunra Software has combined its mobile application performance testing solutions with HP’s load testing and HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) products. The partnership aims to help IT save time, money and reduce risks by preventing failed application launches.

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Voltage Launches Data-Centric Mobile Security Solutions

Voltage Security is launching a multi-tier initiative to secure mobile apps, data and transactions. Voltage Security Mobile Plus aims to protect data so that it can move securely between applications and mobile devices without disrupting existing processes and the experience of the user.

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Survey: 40% Report Theft, Loss of Data Due to Mobile, Removable Devices

Nearly 40% of IT decision makers have reported that their businesses had inadvertently exposed corporate data through theft or loss of removable devices in the past two years, according to a recent survey of 302 IT decision makers in the U.S. and Canada. The survey was conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Imation.

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Survey: Activity, Spending on Mobile IT Set To Skyrocket by 2013

Enterprises are aggressively embracing mobile IT, says a just-released survey of 1,000 IT managers in the US and the UK. By mid-2013, up to one-third of all firms will be working on four or more mobile projects at the same time, says the survey from Antenna Software. The survey also highlights tips on how to avoid chaos in this rush to mobilize.

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IBM Builds Out AppDev, Management Portfolios for Mobile IT

This week, IBM continues to build out its lifecycle portfolio to support mobile apps for  enterprise and B2C users. To explore the import of Big Blue’s just-completed acquisition of Worklight and the beta release of IBM Endpoint Manager for Mobile Devices IDN talks with Bob Sutor, vice president for IBM’s WebSphere Foundation’s Mobile Platform.

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Survey: CDW Says Mobile Computing is “New Normal” for Federal Employees

BYOD is becoming the new normal for government workers. More than half of federal employees use at least one mobile device at work, according to the Federal Mobility Report by CDW Government LLC.  Further, an off-the-charts 99% of Federal IT workers said they had deployed a mobile project in their agency.

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