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There's an enterprise app store for that
Applications are the new stars of the enterprise computing show. Users love apps, but there are so many of them, and they can run on such a variety of different platforms, it's enough to make heads spin throughout IT departments and C-suites. This issue's cover story explores enterprise app stores and how companies can develop, provision and manage mobile apps through these secure portals. Other content in this issue includes a look at what not to mobilize, an in-depth explainer of virtual mobile infrastructure and a special Q&A with Citrix CEO Mark Templeton in the run-up to one of the industry's biggest events, Citrix Synergy.
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Companies that deploy enterprise app stores are discovering the advantages of avoiding public stores, including added control, security and monitoring capabilities.
Not every aspect of your IT environment can or should be mobilized. Consider whether employees will get any use out of it before going mobile with a business process.
IT shops need to invest in modern mobile infrastructure to meet the growing demands of mobility in the enterprise.
With virtual mobile infrastructure, you can host a mobile OS in your data center and deliver it to just about any endpoint. But there are some obstacles to VMI's success, such as the need for Internet connectivity.
The Apple Watch is the most anticipated smartwatch to date. Get to know its specs and features, and most importantly, whether the Apple Watch has any business relevance yet.
After almost leaving the company last year, Citrix CEO Mark Templeton was able to recommit himself. Now, Citrix Workspace Services and software-defined everything are top of mind.
Not every company has the expertise on staff to meet all of its in-house app development needs through traditional app dev, but codeless development can help IT cover more ground.