Enterprise mobile application refers to a mobile application that is used in the business world to solve the problems of an enterprise.

Mobile application server refers to a server that hosts, installs, and operates mobile applications and other services.

Multi-channel development refers to the ability to use a single development platform to support many different operating systems and methods of deployment.

Cross-platform mobile development refers to the development of mobile apps that can be used on multiple mobile platforms.

Mobile content management system (MCMS) refers to a category of content management systems (CMS) that has the ability to both deliver and store content and services to a wide variety of mobile devices, which includes smartphones, mobile phones, PDAs, and tablets.

Mobile application management (MAM) refers to the software and the services that provide and control access for both employee and company owned smartphones and tablets to mobile apps in a business context.

Mobile content management (MCM) is a type of software that enables content to be easily and securely shared from any device in a specific enterprise.

Mobile device management (MDM) is a type of software that supports, secures, manages, and monitors mobile devices that exist across a range of mobile service providers, operators, and enterprises.

Enterprise mobile management (EMM) refers to the technology, processes, and people that focus on the management of a wide range of mobile devices as well as wireless networks and all other services that allow mobile computing to exist as a facet of the business world.