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April 18, 2013

There are more than 1 billion smartphones in use worldwide today. By 2016, Forrester Research estimates there will be 760 million tablets in use and almost one-third will be sold to businesses (February 2013).

April 17, 2013

How you interact in your personal and consumer life is a choice, and that choice is almost 100% driven to access information in a multi-channel way.

February 8, 2013

At DistribuTECH 2013, Kony talked to utility IT professionals, analysts and vendors and shares key insights on the state of mobility in the utilities industry.

November 26, 2012

It’s probably not news to you that BYOD – bring your own device - will soon require action from your enterprise. Your options are to start working now to embrace it, or continue to enforce policies that restrict mobile devices within your infrastructure.

October 29, 2012

Lots of swirl and buzz around the new Windows 8 OS from Microsoft, with plenty of kudos and rants to go around. Here at Kony, we’ve been considering how Windows 8 could impact our large enterprise customers.

September 21, 2012

As most iOS developers know, the new iPhone 5 screen is a tad longer (but the same width) as the iPhone 4 – enough for another row of icons. For developers working in native SDKs and not the KonyOne Studio IDE, this can create some

September 16, 2012

A friend recently sent me a link to (yet another) list. This one was “Top Gripes: What Bugs America Most.” I almost passed on it, but it was published by Consumer Reports, so I clicked on it. There was nothing really surprising – hidden fees topped the list (grrrr), followed by not

September 12, 2012

As the world awaited another round of exciting changes from Apple, we at Kony were busy making sure we were ready to support KonyOne powered apps on iOS 6, the next major update to Apple’s mobile operating system. Today, Apple plans to release iOS 6

September 12, 2012

By now many in the mobility world have seen the news of Facebook’s shift to mostly native iOS for its app, and this week comes the sorta-news that Mark Zuckerberg believes the company’s reliance on HTML5 for iOS was one of its biggest mistakes.So, is Zuckerberg right?

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