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  • Mobile application platforms: Essential guide

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    One of the mantras of modern enterprise application development is that business applications should be as easy to use as mass market consumer applications. Increasingly apps must be one step ahead of the user, pulling in context-specific information and providing a seamless user experience.

  • There's an App Store for That: Stock Your Mobile Workers with the Right Resources

    Sponsored by: SearchMobileComputing

    In this issue of Modern Mobility, you will discover how to develop, provision, and manage mobile apps through an individualized enterprise app store built on a secure portal. Access this e-zine now to learn how deploying your own app store cuts down on the problems that arise with public stores.

  • Extending Virtualization in the Data Center with Application Infrastructure Virtualization

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This paper also describes IBM WebSphere® Virtual Enterprise, a product designed to virtualize enterprise applications and services across the IT infrastructure.

  • Valeo Drives Global Best Practices

    Sponsored by: Apriso Corporation

    Read this case study and learn how Valeo realized its vision to continuously improve product innovation, operations and logistics performance by using Apriso’s FlexNet software to achieve inventory tracking, material flow visibility, and packaging and labeling compliance goals across its enterprise.

  • E-Book: Project Management Tips for Successful ERP Implementations

    Sponsored by: IQMS

    ERP implementation projects require the complex coordination of people, process, and technology. If one part is mismanaged, the entire implementation can go off track. Project management can make or break ERP implementations. This e-book explains the tools and best practices that can keep an ERP implementation on time, in scope, and under budget.

  • IBM Service Management for the Intelligent Utility Network

    Sponsored by: IBM

    The current utilities environment requires companies to decrease costs while increasing the ability to control utility assets. One key challenge is how to take advantage of new technologies to better manage the delivery of service to customers today and into the future. IBM Service Management for the IUN provides a blueprint for getting started.

  • Developing mobile cloud applications

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Enterprise mobile app developers must satisfy the differing requirements of a multitude of evolving mobile devices. Many are tackling this challenge by moving apps and their data, normally stored on the mobile device, to servers running in a mobile cloud. Read this expert e-guide to learn how to leverage HTML5 and MEAPs to enable mobile cloud apps.

  • Buyer's Essentials: What to Look for in an EMM Strategy

    Sponsored by: SearchSecurity.com

    EMM products can contain a variety of features - for mobile device management, mobile app management, mobile content management and more. This guide will review the capabilities and features you'll want to consider carefully before you invest in EMM.

  • Intelligent Health Care: Strategies for getting the most out of your business intelligence systems

    Sponsored by: Perceptive Software

    The Goal of clinical decision support (CDS) - a Business Intelligence tool specific to health care - is to give physicians and nurses the granular information they need to make treatment decisions at the time they need it. Read this paper and learn how to develop a data analytics system that works for your health care environment.

  • UCaaS-to-SaaS Cooperation Offers Competitive Edge

    Sponsored by: SearchNetworking.com

    In this edition of Network Evolution, find out how integrating your unified communications platform with mission-critical enterprise applications like Salesforce can provide significant competitive advantage by reducing human error and offering new insight into customer behavior.

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