Thousands of new apps hit the market each week. At the same time, thousands of hackers work hard to tap into these apps to try to phish for user information or implant malware. That means app developers have to be vigilant about security to protect users. As an app developer, you need to know how to avoid the security issues most widely affecting users today.
Mobile app usage continues to grow at a remarkably impressive rate. Of those billions of apps being downloaded, user engagement drops by 75% after the first usage. Today’s apps must meet or exceed the usability of the billions upon billions of other apps in the marketplace.
Like many other technology initiatives, measuring ROI for enterprise mobility programs can be tricky. The benefits associated with mobility seem obvious, but translating those values into quantitative stats reflecting a tangible ROI has now become a business imperative.
Kony MobileFabric™, a set of enterprise-grade mobile infrastructure services, makes it easy to build amazing apps that integrate and support all of your backend systems. MobileFabric offers open, standards-based development that gives you the freedom to choose your favorite development toolset. With this built-in interoperability, you'll dramatically reduce the cost and complexity of enterprise mobility projects with backend integration that’s just a click away.
MDM and MAM are important parts of a comprehensive and secure enterprise mobile management (EMM) suite, without which, your company might be taking unnecessary data risks. This Mobile Memo, sponsored by Kony, outlines 8 risks your company needs to consider while building a mobile app.
Download 8 Security Issues to Avoid in Mobile App Development to make sure you are keeping your most valuable asset, your data, protected.
Worried about wasting money on one-off app solutions that are over-budget, underwhelming, and don’t integrate with any of your existing business processes, services, or security protocols? If you’re serious about mobile, you need to understand some of the factors that affect mobile application development costs.
Kony recently surveyed 340 app designers and developers to learn what's working and what's keeping them awake at night. In this report, "Bridging the Gap: Mobile App Design and Development," we look at the results of that survey to learn where designers and developers are facing challenges, and what can be done to address them.
Topics covered include:
In "Sector Roadmap: Cross-Platform Mobile Development," Gigaom Research evaluates mobile application development platforms in the context of its five disruption vectors: forces with the potential to reshape the market and its demands. These vectors - talent crunch, iteration acceleration, fragmentation, trendspotting, and destabilization - provide a forward-looking lens through which to assess which vendors are leading the pack, and which are falling behind.
Key findings in the report include how to:
Mobile strategies can no longer be simple add-ons or afterthoughts. Operating in mobile time – the speed, ability and connectivity to do business, anywhere and everywhere – is here to stay. Now is your chance to learn how to become a mobile-time enterprise. 5 Great Steps: How to Build an Enterprise Mobility Strategy will outline the steps you need to consider when becoming a mobile-time enterprise. It will also help you create an enterprise mobility strategy that will move your business forward!
The mobile revolution is transforming how your customers, partners, and employees experience your enterprise. It’s essential that business and technology leaders drive this transformation. Mobilizing your enterprise can create competitive advantages and allow users to experience your products, services or solutions anywhere, any time and on any device.
Mobile strategy is a business proposition. So why does the app conversation always get bogged down in technology?
Escape the tech talk with “Task-Based Apps: The Business-Friendly Approach to Mobile Strategy.” This white paper written just for business users addresses several new strategies that make it easier, faster, and cheaper to mobilize your business processes. Topics covered include:
Mobile apps can deliver tremendous benefits to field service teams across industries. But getting started, and evolving your strategy, can be overwhelming. What's the best way to mobilize field service quickly, efficiently, and effectively?
Find out in "Mobile Apps for Field Service: Proven Strategies from Roll-Out to ROI." In this white paper, you'll read:
In Spring 2014, Computing Research suveyed more than 120 business decision makers in the UK about mobility in their organizations. Here, they've compiled and analysed the results - and the answers may surprise you.
"Enterprise Mobility in the UK: Current State and Future Trends in Mobile App Development" reveals the latest stats on topics such as:
What is MBaaS, why does it matter, and who should care? Get the answers to these questions and more in "MBaaS: 5 Key Considerations," an in-depth white paper covering all things MBaaS.
Download the paper to learn more about:
IDC recently surveyed 400 IT decision makers in the U.S in charge of influencing or directing mobile strategy at their firms. The numbers are clear: companies that make strategic investments in mobility are realizing increased competitive advantage in all aspects of the business than those who do not.
Companies now need to consider adopting modern mobile app development and deployment practices and tighter IT/business alignment or risk losing out to the competition.
This whitepaper breaks down IDC’s survey results and recommendations on topics such as:
Cloud-based mobility refers to a new generation of tools that allow organizations to design, develop, and manage apps using solutions that leverage cloud technology. This approach offers benefits like flexibility, scalability, and efficiency, but has its challenges as well.
In this white paper, we will examine the advantages of app development in the cloud, why it makes sense for your mobile projects, and seven pitfalls that you can avoid along the way.
You’ll learn how to:
Over 89% of physicians recommend a mobile health app to their patients, and over 93% believe that mobile health apps can improve a patient outcome in areas including medication adherence, diabetes monitoring, and preventive care. But are healthcare organizations ready for the changes this brings?
To realize the potential benefits of mobility, providers need to fashion strategies around new demands for value.
This brief outlines advantages and challenges of mobile including how to:
With the Affordable Care Act opening up an untapped consumer market, the entire healthcare industry is now looking for solutions that will help control costs while still delivering consumer-centric outcomes.
The solution: Embracing mobile apps can have a profound impact on payers and help the entire ecosystem attract a new market of uninsured individuals, manage healthcare costs, adhere to regulatory requirements, improve employee productivity, and most importantly, stay relevant.
This brief will explore:
“Going mobile” is a buzz-phrase that’s heard everywhere in today’s marketplace, but mobilizing your business isn’t as easy as it sounds. Mobilizing your entire enterprise will not only boost efficiency and productivity, but it will also enhance every workflow process as well. However, with so many aspects such as ubiquitous data access and data capture to consider, mobilizing your business can be a technological headache.
Today’s enterprises want a BYOD strategy that’s secure, quick to implement, easy to manage, and keeps every user on every device happy and productive – on top of everything else IT has on its plate.
That’s why we wrote “Harnessing the BYOD Phenomenon: An IT Guide.” This practical paper written just for IT includes: