The Federal Mobile App Lifecycle – Security, Management, and Productivity

How can an app-centric approach to mobility help federal agencies with these challenges? With the right mobile app agencies can foster a conversation of collaboration between each other. And the way to ensure productivity is to provide best-in-class mobile solutions and frameworks that incorporate mobile app security protocols to lessen the complexity of sharing and […]

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Creating a Secure Mobile Application Governance Strategy

The adoption of mobility programs within the federal government is gaining significant traction due to the increased pressure for agencies to implement bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs to drive cost savings, and to satiate the demand for employees to access data and content while on the move. Federal agencies are also looking for ways to create more […]

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The Enterprise Mobility Opportunity in the Federal Space

Over the past several years, the U.S. federal government has sharpened its focus on IT investments. As part of its efforts, the White House has been actively increasing citizen access to public data while making public services more operationally efficient. This includes how the federal government is attempting to invest more judiciously in IT and […]

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App Wrapping is A Form of Containerization

App Wrapping is A Form of Containerization

In the wake of the BYOD (bring your own device) movement, Gartner has had a lot to say about containerization. The research firm listed it as one of the seven key components to look for in an enterprise mobility solution, and since then we’ve been fielding a lot of questions about what it is and […]

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Where the Enterprise Mobility Market Stands Today

Where the Enterprise Mobility Market Stands Today

2013 was a pivotal year for enterprise mobility. Companies of all sizes – from startups to enterprises – deployed enterprise mobile apps in growing numbers. Meanwhile, 89% of all global IT organizations now support some form of bring your own device (BYOD) program, according to Gartner. Looking ahead, research from MarketsandMarkets projects that the BYOD […]

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FutureNova Healthcare

Download this case study to learn how Apperian helped mobilize national UK healthcare company FutureNova to mobilize their workforce of clinicians. The solution is designed to improve patient outcomes and enable healthcare organizations to operate more efficiently. Benefits include: Safely distribute mobile apps instantly to clinicians Require zero training with intuitive user experience Support both […]

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What OS Continuity Across Platforms Means for Enterprises

The cross-pollination of mobile and desktop operating systems – from Windows Phones, to Android on the desktop, to Linux-based mobile OS — is generating a broader range of choices for employees to use and for IT departments to manage. This multichannel, OS continuity environment has become the new norm. The continuing propagation of operating systems across […]

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Apperian Heart Isn’t Bleeding

As you are likely well-aware, the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability was announced earlier this week. It is one of the most severe zero-day exploits uncovered in recent years. Using this exploit, an attacker could gain access to a server’s private SSL key, allowing him to decrypt all information being sent to the server, including usernames, passwords, […]

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Mobile App Adoption: Why It’s an Issue and How to Fix It

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Despite the multiple benefits that enterprise mobility offers to end users – including opportunities for employees to do their jobs faster and more effectively whenever and wherever they happen to be – mobile app adoption continues to remain stubbornly low across a wide swath of industries and geographies. Although there are numerous factors that contribute to […]

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Bracing for the Future of Mobile Security

SXSW: Bracing for the Future of Mobile Security

Increasingly, we’re seeing how enterprise mobility is beginning to intersect with wearable technologies and the Internet of Things. We may not be there quite yet, but if the discussions that were taking place at SXSW a few weeks ago are any indication, IT and business leaders will eventually have to pay greater attention to how […]

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