I’ve often written about how to get the most from enterprise mobility, with smart mobile platforms, process-based integration, and the game-changing underlying technologies like Cloud and In Memory Data Grids or grid computing. Following the recent Apple WWDC and Google I/O developer conferences, it’s worth looking at a very different battle: what are the mobile ecosystems doing to make their products more attractive to the enterprise?
Let’s take a look at today’s major players, iOS, Android and Windows, and how their latest developments will affect enterprise mobility.
In users’ minds, IT no longer needs to look complicated and if it does than you’re doing it wrong. But users have no real understanding of network security, data protection laws or the current threat environment. It’s better to guide and support your users while giving them the tools they want.
I wrote recently about the reasons In-Memory Data Grids (IMDGs) could be a game-changer for enterprise mobility. In that blog I argued that faster processing would allow more users to access business processes on mobile, with instant data retrieval and smart searches; but that this increased connectivity would place greater strain on networks.
Today I want to talk about how smart mobile platforms, underpinned with In-Memory Data Grids, can be used to optimise your enterprise applications’ data needs, and provide some pointers for what to look for in your enterprise mobility solution.
I recently received an urgent call from a client which was in the middle of implementing a CRM solution. The project had gone south, management wanted a change and having previously bought a mobile solution from the company I work for, I was called in to provide expert opinion. Continue reading