Enterprise Mobility

7 tips for mobilising your workforce
Mobility is much more than issuing a few tablets or smartphones to employees. Implemented properly, it transforms where, when, and how people work. Citrix’s Mark Micallef shares seven tips on how organisations can kick off their mobility strategies effectively.
Intersection of biz & IT a 'key imperative' for 2015: HDS
The increasingly critical intersection between business and information technology with be a “key imperative” in 2015, according to Adrian De Luca, chief technology officer of Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) Asia Pacific.
Developers and the struggles of enterprise mobility
The developer of tomorrow will need to ensure that the apps they build will be accessible from whatever type of device a user chooses, and this means having to design for mobile first, writes OutSystems’ Nuno Pereira, who looks at the challenges.
Tech refresh no guarantee of performance improvement: Dynatrace
Enterprises can experience double-digit savings on their IT operational and capital expenditure (opex and capex) if they spend some time understanding the root cause of any application performance issue, according to Dynatrace.
Former SAP senior exec joins enterprise mobility company Kony
Enterprise mobility company Kony Inc has announced the appointment of Steven Medeiros as vice president and general manager of Asia Pacific and Middle East.
Mobility is more than a game-changer
Mark Micallef of Citrix Asean discusses the evolution of work in Asia over recent years, and how work will work in 2030.
BlackBerry seeks enterprise stamp for new Passport
New Passport device marks once-floundering company’s strongest play yet Singapore key as other SEA markets look to regional hub as business role model
Accenture and Alcatel-Lucent team up in ultra-broadband enterprise play
Accenture and Alcatel-Lucent have formed a strategic alliance to help communications service providers (CSPs) and large enterprises implement integrated ultra-broadband solutions to address the challenges of rising costs and increased data consumption caused by high demand from digital customers and applications.
Fragmentation of APeJ enterprise mobility market expected: IDC
The Asia Pacific enterprise mobility market is expected to become increasingly fragmented in the coming years, said research firm IDC, as mobility is beginning to be utilised differently across markets in the region.
JD Edwards enterprise apps on smartphones and tablets
Oracle has introduced 57 new JD Edwards EnterpriseOne mobile enterprise applications,   covering maintenance, field service, project management, supply chain, and health and safety incident management.
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