tiConf EU 2014 Roundup

Originally posted by Fokke Zandbergen on tidev.io. All good things come to end and unfortunately the same is true for tiConf – just in time to join millions in watching the World Cup NED-MEX. When you’re done recovering from this nerve-wracking game, you can find our roundup of the conference here. We’ll try to continuously […]

May I Start You Off With Some Apps?: Restaurants Put Mobile Strategy on the Table

The foodservice industry isn’t well-known for embracing technology, but today’s restaurants, particularly quick-service ones, are diving headfirst into mobile and demonstrating that a little innovation can go a long way toward customer satisfaction. Burger King is rolling out a mobile app to allow customers to place orders, redeem coupons and pay with their smartphones. In […]

HomeKit, Moto360 and Doing Like the Natives Do: This Week in Enterprise Mobility

1. Is Homekit the Missing Link for Enterprise IoT? HomeKit made a big splash at WWDC this year, and since then much ink has been spilled speculating on what it means for the enterprise and for our daily lives. Sanjay Poonen of VMWare wrote on VentureBeat that HomeKit is the first big step toward a […]

Updating to Android r23 Tools

Google released an update (r23) to their Android developer tooling. This update has re-arranged the location of certain tools necessary to the Android build process causing builds to fail. Unless you explicitly need to upgrade we recommend you hold off updating until Titanium SDK 3.3.0 is released. However, if you have upgraded, a workaround is […]

Three Companies In “Traditional” Industries That Seized the Mobile Opportunity

While plenty of companies have sprouted with mobile-only business models (Uber, Instagram, Tripit, etc.) and others – notably social media companies such as LinkedIn and Facebook – have reoriented their entire offering around mobile, the mobile shift is also well underway inside companies that have been operating for decades. Companies of every shape have recognized […]

Zombie PCs, Restaurant Apps and Automation: This Week in Enterprise Mobility

1. PCs Aren’t Dead … Yet, anyway. That’s according to Intel, which boosted its forecast for personal computer sales for the first time in five years last week. Business buyers are driving this increase, which lifted Intel’s stock price seven percent and is expected to produce an extra $700 million in revenue for the chip […]

Four CIOs Doing Enterprise Mobility Right

Mobile, arguably even more than “the cloud,” is blowing up the traditional role of IT. Long the crypt keeper for enterprise systems of record – for providing stability, efficiency and cost control – IT finds itself presented with a new remit: create amazing, innovating mobile app experiences. It’s a new contract entirely, and not an […]

What Does Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends 2014 Mean for Enterprise Mobility?

For the last two decades, Mary Meeker and her team has put together the definitive twice-annual presentation on internet trends. She does a great job of distilling numbers and facts into a cohesive picture of where we are now and where we’re headed when it comes to technology. This year – surprise! – it’s all […]
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