Enterprise Apps

Customer retention, AI dominate priorities of Asian companies: Salesforce
Seventy-seven percent of Asian companies view Asia as the region to lead global innovation.
How to build great mobile apps for the long haul
Go mobile or go bust? IBM’s David Lee Heyman has five guiding principles for a robust and sustainable mobile strategy.
Making DevOps a core competency
When companies set on a path for ‘agile’ IT and give up the safety and accuracy of traditional IT, this destabilises company transformation progress – the goal is to have a balance of both strategies in an organisation, writes Gavin Selkirk of BMC Software.
The Apple-IBM pact: ‘We have shifted the curve’
IBM’s global lead in its exclusive partnership with Apple paints a persuasive picture that it is changing how work is done, Karamjit Singh reports from New York.
Digital disruption: In 3yrs, nothing will be the same
58% of senior IT and business executives in a Harvard Business Review Analytic Services study expect significant changes to their business model over the next three years.
Eko chat app blends corporate email with mobile messaging
Eko’s 21-year-old CEO Korawad Chearavanont may be the scion of a successful Thai family, but insists his startup made it on its own merits, thanks to its traction with enterprises. Susan Cunningham reports from Bangkok.
IoT startup boost: Cisco pumps in US$10mil into Monk’s Hill
Cisco Investments has announced a US$10-million investment into Singapore’s Monk’s Hill Ventures’ innovation fund for startups, which will focus on early-stage startups working on the cloud, the Internet of Everything (IoE), big data and analytics, mobility and enterprise applications in Asean.
MuleSoft names William Fu regional VP for Asia
San Francisco-based integration software specialist MuleSoft announced it has appointed William Fu as regional vice president of Asia.
Enterprise mobility management software market to grow 4x in 4yrs
The global enterprise mobility management (EMM) software market will grow nearly fourfold by 2019, according to Ovum’s latest market size and forecast report.
Why we need ‘no code’ or ‘low code’ development tools
Low or no-code development equips non-developers to take up software creation, freeing up the already overburdened IT resources and allowing organisations to keep pace with the rapidly growing demand for these applications, writes Stephen McNulty of Progress Software.
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