Mobile enterprise solutions are on the list of priorities for many CIOs in 2012.
Written by Eden Watt
Whether the primary focus is to extend your in-house applications to your roaming workforce (B2E) or to interface with customers and prospects (B2C) via mobile devices, or possibly both, the options and considerations are ever-growing.
It's no surprise that Gartner's "Top Ten Strategic Technologies for 2012" shows number one and two as "Media Tablets and Beyond" and "Mobile-Centric Applications and Interfaces" with the fifth being "App Stores and Marketplaces." This list is intended to help CIOs who are building their strategic plans and budgets. So, deploying mobile solutions should be a priority for most Information Technology departments.
Of the hundreds of project management books on the market, precious few address the unique needs of the IT project manager. Unlike most other project management books, Fundamentals of Technology Project Management tackles the specific issues that technology professionals must face, such as understanding technology resources, managing project scope and feature creep, and meeting client expectations, among many others. Learn More >> Read More >>
LANSA's LongReach app is new, secure, and—best of all—free!
Written by Mary Rose Roberts
A free native app from LANSA now lets road warriors manage and securely upload and synchronize mobile data from iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices to the IBM i. Dubbed LongReach, the application is installed on smart phones and tablets to support the management and transfer of business data between the devices and i servers.
When you leave work at night, does work leave you?
You know the drill: everything is smooth and stable as you leave the office, and you have plans for the evening. Whether it is little Johnnie's birthday, a night out with friends, or your personal TV favorite, such as The X Factor, you expect to relax, but there is always something gnawing in the back of your mind.