Thursday, 12 February 2009

SME get serious

It is up to the company to make mobile management easy for the end user.

The world of IT management looks very different in the field than it does from an IT manager’s desk and getting to grips with this concept is where many mobile solutions have fallen down in the past. With IDC reporting that mobile working is expected to reach one billion employees worldwide in the next 12 to 18 months, embracing mobility is a question of “how” rather than “if”. SMEs implementing a mobility solution have the benefit of learning from a maturing industry, but critically need to ensure they have the right security and mobile device management in place for an effective implementation.

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Friday, 6 February 2009

Mobile database

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SQL Anywhere provides data management and exchange technologies designed for database-powered applications that operate in frontline environments without onsite IT support. It offers enterprise-caliber features in a database that is easily embedded and widely deployed in server, desktop, remote office and mobile applications

Mobile database applications

Thursday, 5 February 2009

Architecture for the mobile cloud

Suppose you have a store of data that you want to expose to developers, either inside or outside your company. These days you may call it a cloud. How do you make it available? Well usually you would put together a set of web services that provide an HTTP-accessible API and publish that. Amazon AWS is maybe the canonical example, but there are many others. Then your developers can use browser based applications to access those web services, or develop with whatever other tools they have. They don’t need anything special on their machines (and don’t need to deploy an application-specific runtime to their application users). The app gets its data by requesting it from the cloud and makes changes by sending requests to the cloud as well. The API is exposed at the edge of the cloud and provides a clean, well-defined surface. Which real clouds don’t have, of course. But that’s by the way.

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Architecture for the mobile cloud

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