Software-defined perimeter market is set to grow
Friday, August 5, 2022 by Brittany Hainzinger
The software-defined perimeter market is expected to increase at a CAGR of 14.3% from USD 7.4 billion in 2022 to USD 28.2 billion through 2032.
The increased need for policy-based security architecture to decrease network complexity and the growing demand for cloud-based applications are other factors expected to influence the software-defined perimeter market trends...
Security compliance predictions for 2022
Tuesday, January 18, 2022 by Freeman Lightner
Edward Tuorinsky is the Managing Principal of DTS, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, that provides information technology and management consulting services in the areas of program management, governance, strategic planning, organization advancement, business process efficiency, software development, system integration, and learning enhancement solutions....
Automated testing in 2022
Friday, January 14, 2022 by Richard Harris
Ajay Dawar, Alok Kulkarni, James Isaacs, and Linda Chen from Cyara discuss their 2022 predictions about real-time quality assurance, adopting automated testing, balancing employee experience and innovation, how to deliver innovative customer experiences, why AI won't displace humans for customer support, how enterprises can achieve digital transformation success, an...
Mobile app testing market to be valued at $13.3B by 2026 report says
Monday, May 13, 2019 by Richard Harris
The mobile application testing solution market is anticipated to witness significant revenue growth during the forecast period, owing to rising demand across commercial and corporate sectors. Requirements for regression testing, the need to tackle issues caused due to device diversity, and increasing mobile applications such as m-commerce are the major drivers for the r...
Cell carrier quality and performance is getting better says J.D. Power
Monday, July 23, 2018 by Christian Hargrave
Unlimited data plans are the magic elixir for wireless network quality, while “bring your own device” promotions are having the opposite effect, according to the J.D. Power 2018 U.S. Wireless Network Quality Performance StudySM - Volume 1. The study finds that customers with unlimited data plans experience a lower incidence of overall network problems, data ...
Demand for mobile print solutions are on the rise
Thursday, May 11, 2017 by Christoph Schell
Understanding the opportunity for mobile printing in the workplace first requires rejecting the notion that the enterprise has abandoned much of its need for printing and paper records. Digital forms and workflows may be reducing the amount of paperwork, yet many organizations still rely on hard-copy contracts, government forms and reports to support business processes ...
How companies can keep their remote teams safe
Monday, April 3, 2017 by Gene Richardson
If you hate bringing your work home with you, spare a thought for the 3.7 million Americans for whom home is the workplace.The telecommuter population is growing faster than the overall employee base, according to Global Workplace Analytics, and with half of all jobs deemed suitable for performing from home, it is a trend that is set to go on growing. Already, around a ...
Enterprise BYOD post holiday woes
Tuesday, January 24, 2017 by Mitch Black
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs are a constant enterprise challenge. For unprepared organizations, the holidays can be especially difficult.Christmas to New Year’s Day is typically a peak time to purchase and/or download apps, so how can your enterprise effectively enroll an influx of new users and devices without compromising program security? While the recent ho...
What's so tricky about Android security anyway
Monday, December 12, 2016 by Don Duncan
Android authentication can be a tricky business because it can help identify the user, but it can also open the door to hackers at the same time. It all comes down to the device administrator access which comes with a lot of benefits like. Device administrator access provides complete device management access rights that include creating and managing poli...
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure: The way forward in government mobility
Monday, November 28, 2016 by Edris Amiryar
Advances in technology are rapid and can be hard to keep up with, especially for large organizations. The federal government relies heavily on IT to accomplish its tasks and there is increasing demand for access to information from any location, in any geography, meaning that for federal agencies, improved mobility and mobile data security are imperative for m...
4 Ways Apps will Transform Enterprise Communication
Saturday, August 13, 2016 by Renu Upadhyay
For most businesses, employees are their most valuable asset. And yet, a recent Gallup poll reported that in 2015, a whopping 60+ percent of employees were either not engaged or were actively disengaged from their jobs. So why do employees feel disengaged? And how can mobile app development improve engagement? Employees often don’t understand how their wo...
Suhas Uliyar, Vice President of Mobile Strategy with Oracle, Provides His Predictions on the Future for App Developers and the Mobile Enterprise
Thursday, January 8, 2015 by Richard Harris
I recently had a Q&A session with Oracle’s Suhas Uliyar, who serves as the company’s Vice President of Mobile Strategy. During the talk Suhas provided insights into what app developers can expect as it relates to the mobile enterprise. Richard: Will there ever be a standard development approach for the enterprise or mobile in general? Suhas: In general, no...
Mobile Devices Are the Weakest Link for Enterprise Mobility Solutions
Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by Chirag Shivalker
The time has come when the fact is accepted and discussed at large, the one that we have been trying to resist since long. We all are aware that today mobile Apps for Enterprise Management consider mobility at their core. It has given new peripheries to businesses by transforming operations – better engagement with customers – and of course an innovative appro...
Why Mobile App Development Requires More than an SOA
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 by Coco Jaenicke
If you plan on building mobile apps, you probably want a pluggable framework that allows you to easily use and reuse mobile services. You can then effortlessly access back-end systems, rapidly assemble new apps, and easily update individual services.Déjà vu I hear you cry – isn’t that what my service-oriented architecture (SOA) gives me? Yes and no. A SOA gives yo...
KeyLemon Launches Cloud based Face and Speaker Recognition APIs for Development
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
KeyLemon, a creator of biometric ID and motion analysis technologies, has released access to its security recognition via a web service. KeyLemon’s biometric ID provides an alternative to passcodes, key fobs or secret information to facilitate authentication and access control for online assets. Through its Okta Application Network (OAN), Okta provides the ability for u...
LANDESK Offers New App Wrapping Capabilities to Its Enterprise Mobility Management Platform
Wednesday, October 8, 2014 by Richard Harris
LANDESK has announced the release of new features and upgrades to its Enterprise Mobility Management platform, including an application wrapping feature. This new feature will allow IT departments to add another layer of security to the enterprise apps they supply to their users.The solution allows an IT administrator to wrap an application in one step and deploy it to ...
Application Readiness Strategies for Reducing Mobile Application Management Risk and BYOD
Monday, September 8, 2014 by Maureen Polte
With the meteoric growth of mobile Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) in the enterprise, IT is facing an existential crisis. How does it enable and empower employees yearning for mobile access to enterprise applications and data – without sacrificing security or control? How organizations ultimately resolve this crisis is yet to be determined. But the strategy IT adopts will ...
JAMF Software Updates its iOS BYOD Platform
Thursday, August 14, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
JAMF Software has upgraded its Casper Suite iOS device management solution designed to help IT professionals manage bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs, while respecting employee privacy. The solution helps bridge the gap between corporate security concerns and the tendency to place too many restrictions on users who rebel against BYOD management soluti...
Why is Android Good for Enterprise
Monday, March 3, 2014 by Catherine Merzlova
Android has gained a reputation as a very reliable and
convenient mobile operating system both for users and developers in the
And now Google wants to move beyond its place as the most
popular operating system among consumers (Google reported more than 1 billion device
activations through September 2013), but also to make Android a trustwor...
Why Android is Good for the Enterprise
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 by Catherine Merzlova
Android has gained a reputation of being a very reliable
and inexpensive mobile operating system both for users and developers, but so far has lacked credibility in the enterprise.As it stands today most enterprise apps are developed on Apple's iOS, but Google isn't throwing in the towel just yet and now their aim is to make it's Andro...
StartApp Provides 2014 Predictions on Mobile Industry Trends as They Relate to App Developers
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
This is the time of year app development industry insiders put on their prognosticator hats and give their opinions on what app developers can expect for the upcoming year. Cassidy Smith, Social Networks Manager at StartApp, recently posted the company’s insight into 2014.Following is an excerpt of her predictions.In the year 2013, we saw several mobile markets mat...
Increase Your App Rating, One Mobile Test at a Time
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 by Josh Galde
There’s nothing worse than taking the time to develop your mobile app for release, only to discover that it is not loading, has bugs, or even worse - crashes. The result of these failures in a mobile-centric, get-it-now world can be catastrophic to an enterprise mobile business.
Developing mobile apps is extremely expensive and quality is often sidestepped due to the ...
iOS7 VS. iOS6 The Developer's User Experience Problem
Friday, September 13, 2013 by David Pinches
Much has been said and written about iOS7
already with its new look UI being the standout point of contention. Polls and surveys have been run across the
real and virtual world with personal opinions sometimes deeply divided,
although it would appear that consensus is moving in favour of the “new kid on
Whether you're a p...
Why BYOD is becoming a pain to app developers
Thursday, February 14, 2013 by Richard Harris
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) has been the norm for many companies across the enterprise landscape, as a matter of fact more than 55% of companies say they currently implement or plan to implement policies that allow users to purchase their own smartphones.The problem for any developer is knowing your audience and in mobile it's a bit of a moving target. So BYO...