The way we access the web has changed dramatically, even in just the last few years, with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets becoming increasingly common at home and in the workplace. WE examine how businesses are approaching their mobile...
The latest news straight from Computing's Enterprise Mobility Summit - hear from the industry's top experts, CIOs and specialists
Fact 21: "The web is not an important part of what we do," say a quarter of IT managers not considering mobile
Of those IT Managers in organisations which aren't rethinking or redesigning the web presence to account for mobile, the reason given was "The web is not an important part of what we do," at least when it comes to the IT team, even if not the organisation...
Computing's research demonstrates that the proliferation tablet devices into the market has begun to change how people perform tasks online, with users more likely to use tablets than smartphones to shop online.
Half of IT professionals have no idea about the breakdown of operating systems used to access their website, an issue which is not only somewhat embarrassing in the age of mobile, but makes supporting the wide ecosystem of mobile operating systems very...
Multiscreen living is becoming normal for UK viewers, who regularly watch terrestrial TV whilst holding a smartphone or a tablet to tweet their reaction, or directly visit websites for information from their mobile device.
While one in four organisations confirmed there's been research into changing web usage patterns driven by tablets and smartphones, will affect their business, it seems that IT are kept at arm's length for this process
According to Computing Research, only one in three IT staff uses mobile apps for online consumer activities such as shopping.
The latest news straight from the second Big Data Summit - hear from the industry's top experts, CIOs and specialists
Computing's research demonstrates that when it comes to the number of users accessing organisations websites via mobile devices, access is evenly split between Apple and Google Android.
Those organisations which have invested in mobile functionality have already seen the benefit with a third seeing an increase in the number of customers.
It's alarming how many businesses haven't actively pursued mobile web optimisation when so many acknowledge that lack of a smartphone or tablet friendly service is losing them customers.
The software developer understands 'agile' as a group of methodologies based on iterative and incremental development. Marketing understands 'agile' as quick to market. Both teams need to work together to make mobile app development work for the business....
20-23 June 2013 - Dartmoor, England
Create and Connect Mobile Apps Using WebSphere Cast Iron and IBM Workligh
How IBM is enabling its customers to build, run, and manage mobile applications
Watch this day-in-a-life video of how TBC utilized IBM Worklight to revolutionize their mobile business and take customer relationships and service to the next leve
Learn how IBM's products help companies build, run, connect, manage, and secure their mobile apps.
Optimize your mobile workforce with social collaboration in the cloud
This short video shares IBM's journey enabling a flexible, mobile enterprise
Watch the short demo on the IBM Worklight Studio and Rational Team Concert integration
This webinar shows the interesting features of IBM Rational tools, particularly IBM Rational Rhapsody and IBM Rational Team Concert(RTC) and how they help in development of both native and hybrid mobile apps
TBC implementes IBM Worklight software
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