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  • The mobile business intelligence landscape

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    Imagine you had to run an obstacle course. But you had to do it without any kind of sensory perception. Also, you were expected to succeed, or at least you really wanted to. That’s exactly what it’s like when you run your mobility business without any sort of insight. The…

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  • BYOD: The Spy Who Tracked Me

    Have you ever considered the effect that desserts have on those with sweet teeth? The only thing that fills their thoughts is the wonderful effect that the saccharine devils have on their taste buds rather than the havoc created with blood sugar levels.  It’s a similar story with BYOD. The…

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  • Minimum Viable Product for mobile apps: an impractical approach?

    If you’re an entrepreneur in the process of building a new mobile app, you’ve probably done your research on the best approach for it. In your research, you’re almost certain to have come across the Minimum Viable Product approach popularized by Eric Ries. The MVP approach is all about developing a…

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  • Mobile app development outsourcing: Has Chile’s nearshoring train been derailed?

    From a time when offshoring was the only means of outsourcing, it is now a situation where nearshoring is the preferred means no matter which part of the world one is based out of. Nearshoring is the option available to organizations that aren’t completely comfortable with the traditional offshoring practice.…

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  • Outsourcing app development: The Tortoise marches past the Hare

    Imagine you are playing a game of word association. When someone says ‘outsourcing’, what’s the first word that crosses your mind? India? Well, you certainly aren’t alone! India has been the outsourcing choice of many an organization since the 1980s for reasons you can very easily guess – lower labour…

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  • Internet of Things: A Fad or Reality?

    Conceptually in existence since 1991, the Internet of Things (or IoT) has been a constant topic of discussion and debate in technological circles around the world. Debates where communities are almost split down the middle when it comes to discussing the feasibility of IoT being a functioning reality. Especially with…

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  • Mobile App Development for beginners: Know before you go

    The business world has got to the point where everyone agrees that organizations should have mobile applications developed where relevant. The question isn’t whether you should or shouldn’t have one anymore. It’s all about how you approach the entire process and how well prepared you are before you go into…

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  • Have You Yo’d Today?

    Don’t tell us you haven’t heard about Yo yet. No, really?! Well, then you haven’t been doing the usual rounds of technology news websites or Twitter, that must be it. Yo is the simple-stupid messaging up that’s been steadily climbing in virality over a couple of months.  While Steven Colbert…

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  • Monthly Vendor Roundup: Top SAP Mobile Vendors

    With SAP HANA and cloud applications giving SAP the double digit growth over the last few years, the company is consolidating it’s mobile solutions. The company’s latest software platform for building mobile applications, SAP Mobile Platform 3.0 unifies the multiple mobile development platforms previously on its platter. SAP’s Mobile Platform…

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  • What’s Cooking at Google I/O 2014

    Google’s developer conference is in full swing now: eager developers, tech journalists, startup enthusiasts and anyone who is someone in tech in the Valley have gathered at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco to get in on the action that’s taking place over the two days. With one more day…

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