Mobile & IoT News

‘Code Signing’ is Securing Mobile Apps for Enterprises, Consumers

Smartphone app downloads will likely top 6 billion for 2010 when all the numbers are crunched, according to ABI Research.  With mobile apps poised to continue to proliferate for consumer and enterprise use, “code signing’ is becoming a crucial way to authenticate and control mobile apps. 

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ActuateOne Extends BI to Smartphones, Tablets with BIRT Mobile

Actuate Corp., an open source business intelligence (BI) vendor and the company behind BIRT, has launched ActuateOne, BIRT Mobile for Apple and Blackberry devices. BIRT, or Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools is now an open source Eclipse project. 

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MicroStrategy Sees Surge in Mobile BI; Updates iPhone, iPad Support

BI provider MicroStrategy has released a survey that predicts mobile BI adoption will explode in the next two years. The survey results follow the release this fall of MicroStrategy 9 Release 3, which provides enhanced mobile BI capabilities for the Apple iPhone and iPad.

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Endeca, MeLLmo Partner on Mobile Business Intelligence

Mobile business intelligence (BI) is closing out the year with a bang.  Endeca Technologies Inc., a search and BI firm is teaming with MeLLmo, developer of Roambi mobile data visualization for a new generation of real-time, mobile BI.  In addition, MeLLmo has secured $10 million in new venture funding.

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Avnet Technology Solutions Eyes Mobile-Ready Data Centers

Avnet Technology Solutions is launching MobilityPath, a new technology practice aimed at helping solution provider partners accelerate data center mobility and collaboration. 

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MasterCard Looks To Attract Mobile, Mashup Devs

MasterCard Worldwide appears to be taking a page from Apple’s successful iPhone approach to commercial developers, with its decision to provide more open access to its long-proprietary APIs for payment and data services. MasterCard is also launching a developer portal, to help devs learn, design, test and launch applications.

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Juniper: Mobile Cloud Users Will Top 130 Million by 2014

By 2014, more than 130 million enterprise users will tap into the cloud to obtain, run, power or manage their mobile application, according to a new report by Juniper Research. Just who’s responsible for the coming surge may surprise you.

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SugarCRM Adds Integration, Mobile Tools to Cloud

SugarCRM is using the cloud to make it easier to build and manage mobile CRM (customer relationship management) solutions. The improved web services and better tools are part of the Sugar Open Cloud, and available as a beta test offerings.

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Dexterra Ties Mobile Workers to Backend Oracle Apps

Dexterra Inc. is powering the upgrade of an integrated mobile applications program at one of the world's largest elevator services firms. The effort provides near real-time integration with ThyssenKrupp Elevators AMS's backend Oracle CRM and ERP apps.

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IBM Rolls Out 'Mobile Web 2.0’ Tools and Apps

IBM's Rational and WebSphere units are shipping tools and features for mobile devices to let devs more easily buiild apps that let co-workers and consumers connect and socialize while on the go, as if they were at their PCs.

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Survey: Evans Reveals Mobile Dev Concerns

A recent Evans Data study of mobile devs looks at the pros, cons and common practices for wireless development. The survey comes as JavaOne planners have lined up a wide array of wireless event programs. Among the tidbits: (1) devs are building apps for both intermittent connections as well as always-on apps; and (2) devs care less about the number of handsets deployed than about features. Get a glimpse of mobile dev concerns and trends in Evans 2005 mobile dev survey.

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