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Oracle, Red Hat join the MBaaS fray

Oracle and Red Hat have both introduced mobile backend services to gain new customers for their other cloud services.

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Box, IBM team up for apps, analytics

With new agreement, Box's EFSS technology will be part of IBM's products, and Box will benefit from IBM's analytics and enterprise acumen.

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Basic apps outweigh business-critical for mobile users

These days, plenty of desktop apps have a mobile equivalent or can be converted. But mobilizing business-critical apps may be futile.

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Refactored apps make TiVo workers more productive

The digital video recording company TiVo uses Capriza to update its SAP environment in a more mobilized workforce.

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    EFSS (Enterprise file sync-and-share)

    Enterprise file sync-and-share stores documents, photos or videos in cloud or on-premises storage and allows users to access them remotely from multiple desktop and mobile computing devices.

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    mobile Backend as a Service (mobile BaaS)

    Mobile Backend as a Service, also known simply as Backend as a Service (BaaS), is a computing architecture that connects mobile applications to cloud computing services.

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    virtual mobile infrastructure (VMI)

    Virtual mobile infrastructure (VMI) is a delivery platform which does not require an application or operating system (OS) to run locally on a mobile device.

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    Mobile security still not at the finish line

    Mobile security has come a long way, but organizations still have to address many sizable gaps.

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    Oracle, Red Hat join the MBaaS fray

    Oracle and Red Hat have both introduced mobile backend services to gain new customers for their other cloud services.

  • Mobile device applications and mobile application management

    Box, IBM team up for apps, analytics

    With new agreement, Box's EFSS technology will be part of IBM's products, and Box will benefit from IBM's analytics and enterprise acumen.

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