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Goals first, mobility management second
Enterprise mobility management (EMM) dominates the topic of mobility in today's business world, sometimes at the expense of more crucial discussions. If organizations haven't mobilized their business processes, deployed mobile apps and updated their infrastructure, EMM won't do much good.
This issue of Modern Mobility explains what a successful mobile-first business looks like and what EMM's role should be. In addition to the cover story, other content includes a column on the focus on user needs (FUN) principle, a guiding light for businesses navigating mobility's murky waters. Every decision, from which apps to use to how to manage them, should be made with the goal of helping end users solve problems and be more productive. Readers will also find a deep dive into mobile device management with Jack Madden, a Q&A with a leader in the mobile development market and much more.
Features in this issue
Any mobility initiative needs some level of enterprise management, but it's important to set objectives for business outcomes and assess user needs first.
Many companies approach mobile app development backward and don't even realize it. Prioritizing user needs over business needs will breed better results.
Mobile device management has come a long way over the years, but just because companies are using MDM differently doesn't mean its importance has diminished.
Intel Core M notebooks have arrived, and their light, thin design with power efficiency might be just what some enterprises need.
In this podcast, we chat with the CEO of MBaaS provider Kinvey about why he thinks MBaaS is key to keeping up with modern mobility.
The application refactoring market is still fairly young, but the companies that are vying for attention all do refactoring differently.