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Mail, calendar, contacts: Is that all there is for enterprise mobile apps?
Many organizations start out mobilizing basic apps such as email, but a strong enterprise mobility strategy provide workers with the tools they need to get real work done. The cover story in this issue of Modern Mobility explores a few case studies as companies try to move beyond mail, calendar and contacts. One organization even saw a 50% increase in productivity after implementing a mobile app in its warehouse facilities.
This month's UX Factor column explains how organizations can provide mobile users with the communications tools they need to stay in touch at work. The Device Spotlight features the new Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, and our Trending article goes in-depth on Apple's latest programming language, Swift. And in a special Q&A this month, new MobileIron CEO Barry Mainz chats about his vision for the company and its potential as an acquisition target.
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It's easier to write code with Apple Swift, and its applications run faster -- all resulting in a big boost for the company's newest programming language.
Google hasn't had a great track record when it comes to enterprise security and management capabilities on its Android OS, but Android for Work changes all that.
The Android manufacturer's latest tablet, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, goes head to head with Microsoft's Surface Pro. Get to know the most important features and why business users should consider it.
MobileIron's new CEO says the goal of enterprise mobility is to transform business processes, but it's hard to support so many different devices.
News in this issue
What do a vineyard manager, a college student and a truck driver have in common? Each user takes advantage of a task-specific enterprise mobile app to make their job more efficient.
Columns in this issue
Enterprise mobility has a ton of potential, but workers need constant access to the right mobile unified communications tools to fulfill its promise.
Some risks to mobile data security might keep admins up at night, but there are others IT can rest easy about.
To really serve mobile users, IT needs to provide apps that take advantage of contextual data -- and then analyze that data in the cloud.