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Is HTML5 mobile development worthy of the hype?
Mobile technology gets plenty of hype. Take HTML5 mobile development, for instance. People have been talking about the benefits of creating web apps with the programming language's latest edition for almost eight years, and a lot of developers are actually using it. But interestingly, HTML5 doesn't play as big of a role in the overall mobile development process as you'd think.
Another area that's gotten a lot of face time lately is machine learning. Maribel Lopez explains how artificial intelligence technologies such as bots and virtual assistants will affect the mobile enterprise in her column this month. But IT can't forget about the traditional infrastructure requirements -- security and strong networking -- that mobility relies on. Eric Klein looks at advancements in mobile networking in his column. Plus, learn about the business benefits of Samsung's new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone -- despite the big recall.
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Samsung Knox is a military-grade mobile security platform for the enterprise, with more customization capabilities and management options than iOS devices.
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Mobile app developers have programming options, including HTML5, but that's not the only one. There are other languages that they need to build strong web apps.
As new mobile devices hit the market, consumers and companies discard old, but still usable, ones. Hyla Mobile touts the environmental and fiscal benefits of smartphone recycling.
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Workers demand access to their company's network anytime, anywhere -- making mobile network security a constant challenge for IT. Admins can turn to SDN and NFV technology.
AI technology has stepped out of the sci-fi realm and into the enterprise. Companies can put bots, machine learning and more to work for more engaging mobile apps.