IBM Mobile Enterprise Services, a New Offering Based on IBM Worklight PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 19 February 2013 13:00

Mobile access to data is a significant component of the evolution of computing. An increasing number of enterprises are experiencing the need to create mobile applications for both their workforce and their customers, to yield business value.

 

The key challenges these organizations face include:

  • Creating rich, yet cost-effective mobile apps in a fragmented technical landscape
  • Connecting the enterprise back-end services in a secure and scalable manner
  • Managing and supporting a growing portfolio of mobile apps
  • Overcoming barriers to adoption, such as proliferation and speed of execution

 

Many enterprises are responding by deploying an enterprise mobile application platform to build, manage, and integrate their mobile apps, across a broad range of devices, including personally owned devices.

 

IBM has developed a set of integrated capabilities in this area. IBM Mobile Enterprise Services for mobile application platform management can help you focus on the provisioning, deployment, configuration management, and support of your mobile platform, plus application lifecycle management disciplines and application store management.

 

Find out more here.

 


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