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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Nov 25, 2013
For the past several years, the nature of enterprise productivity has been forever changed by the new breed of mobile devices. Personal smartphones and tablets are everywhere. Gone are the days when every enterprise gave its employees a security-focused BlackBerry. Cloud-based productivity apps can be downloaded in seconds. Compared to even a few years ago, enterprises are operating in a new world. Please download whitepaper to learn more.
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mobile devices, compatibility, cloud-based, enterprise, enterprise productivity, productivity apps, security-focused, smartphones tablets, growing mobile workforce, document productivity, content management, hybrid model
    
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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Feb 20, 2014
Adobe collaborated with Forbes Insights on this study in order to shed light on new mobile engagement opportunities: How are companies using apps, whether they are aimed at customers, employees or partners? What are the lessons learned so far? And what are best practices for using mobile and tablet apps?
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forbes, adobe, mobile marketing, mobile applications, apps. mobile apps, digital marketing, customer engagement, marketing strategy, content management, social media, internet marketing, customer experience/engagement, e-commerce
    
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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Jul 09, 2014
Adobe collaborated with Forbes Insights on this study in order to shed light on new mobile engagement opportunities: How are companies using apps, whether they are aimed at customers, employees or partners? What are the lessons learned so far? And what are best practices for using mobile and tablet apps?
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apps that engage, mobile engagement, mobile and tablet apps, best practices for mobile apps, social media, interactive/pr agencies, interactive marketing, marketing software, marketing research, mobile marketing, online video marketing, social media marketing
    
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Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Aug 30, 2017
Most people define mobile devices – smartphones and tablets – as those running a mobile-optimized operating system (e.g. iOS, Android, Windows Phone). There’s a trend emerging, however, in which traditional mobile devices are gaining functionality typically associated with PCs. At the same time, PCs are being architected more like mobile devices — an interbreeding of species, if you will. The iPad Pro, for example, has a keyboard. With Windows 10, phones and tablets can run “Universal” apps that also run on PCs. Windows 10 also has application-layer sandboxing, code-signing, and an app store with apps pre-vetted by Microsoft. In certain configurations (i.e. enterprise-managed devices), a laptop running Windows 10 has a security architecture that looks strikingly similar to a smartphone or tablet.
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cybersecurity, enterprise networks, enterprise security architecture, risk reduction, ios attacks
    
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Published By: apperian     Published Date: Apr 13, 2012
With more mobile workers using personal smartphones and tablets to conduct business, 2011 is being heralded as the year of mobile apps in the enterprise. The benefits of mobile apps initiatives will far outweigh the challenges of getting them into the enterprise, in the form of increased work productivity and customer response, analysts say.
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apperian, technology, enterprise applications, mobile device, wireless communication, mobile management
    
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Published By: Microsoft Nokia Lumia     Published Date: Jun 08, 2016
Organizations' users increasingly depend on their mobile devices, but phones and tablets bring new and unfamiliar challenges for IT departments. IT must be able to deploy and manage mobile devices and apps quickly to support the business while balancing the growing need to protect corporate data because of evolving laws, regulations, and cybercrime.
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Published By: HP - Enterprise     Published Date: Jun 04, 2013
Mobility services are frequently being positioned as part of broader application transformation offerings, enabling enterprises to support the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach, with the development of enterprise app stores and the ability to leverage personal devices for business functions. This white paper describes software and services that accelerate and simplify the creation of internally developed or “in-house” enterprise mobile applications. It also describes how to deploy and manage these mobile apps on both company-provided and “bring-your-own” smartphones and tablet computers. Solving the complete mobile app lifecycle means transforming enterprise apps for multiscreen devices; facilitating design, testing, security, performance, management, and compliance to reach new customers and employee expectations.
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mobile apps, lifecycle approach, mobility services, bring-your-own-device, software
    
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