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How a mobile center of excellence can jumpstart your strategy
Picture this: Your organization has a bunch of people who want to develop a mobility initiative, but they all work in different departments and have no reason to communicate with each other. Your mobile strategy stagnates.
Now, imagine all those people working together to create, implement and manage an ongoing approach to empowering mobile users. That's what a mobile center of excellence (MCOE) can provide.
This month's cover story delves into how these structured groups work, why they're important and who should be involved. Working in tandem with that strategy, organizations need to choose mobile app developers and designers carefully. This month's columns explore the options for staffing and app dev platform tools. Plus, we take a look at the IT certifications available to mobility professionals. And as the Citrix Synergy 2016 conference approaches, editor in chief Colin Steele chats with the company's new CEO, Kirill Tatarinov.
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Features in this issue
Smaller organizations without development expertise may use low-code tools, but large enterprises will need agnostic platforms that come with back-end hooks.
Mobile application management software has come a long way since the days when operating systems barely had any app-level controls.
The first mainstream smartphone with a modular design, the LG G5 is more than a standard Android flagship.
News in this issue
A mobile center of excellence makes mobility top line and puts all stakeholders within an organization on the same page.
More mobile certifications are coming out of the woodwork, giving IT pros a chance to develop their skills in everything from EMM products to mobile strategy.
Citrix's new chief executive speaks on a future where Windows isn't the only game in town.
Columns in this issue
To deliver the best mobile apps, you need the best programmers and UX designers to help build them.
Self-service customer care features can also help mobile employees get their jobs done better and more efficiently.