Enterprise Mobility and Migration Towards Cloud Data Centers Drives the Enterprise Mobile Cloud Computing Market, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc
The global market for Enterprise Mobile Cloud Computing is projected to reach about US$11.03 billion by 2018, primarily driven by growing importance of workforce mobility in an enterprise environment and several cloud-based applications that are being developed to optimize enterprise mobility. As an emerging business concept that enables both information technology infrastructure and software to be delivered directly over the Internet as a Service, cloud computing has gained tremendous prominence over the last few years. Enabling easy, cost-effective, on-demand access to shared pool of computing resources such as, servers, networks, storage, software applications, etc, which presents compelling advantages such as low upfront and management costs, reduced end-user infrastructure investments, and multi-tenancy benefits to end-users, cloud computing is increasingly gaining favor in the corporate world.
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10 Mobile Business Intelligence Apps for On-the-Go Analysis
Mobile business intelligence (BI) has emerged as an easy way to get all valued data direct onto the customer’s smart phone or tablet.The real-time sales, revenue and customer data in dashboards are small enough to fit on the smartphone screen. This helps employees to make productive decisions which ultimately prove beneficial for the bottom line of the company. These 10 mobile BI applications will keep employees connected to Cognos, BusinessObjects, Salesforce, Microsoft Reporting Services and other business intelligence suites.
- Roambi Analytics
- Power View Mobile
- Yellowfin Jaspersoft
- IBM Cognos Mobile
- SAP Business Objects Mobile
For complete information visit: http://www.networkworld.com/slideshow/56151#slide1
Moodle To Drop Native Mobile Apps, Move to HTML5
Moodle HQ is ending development of native My Moodle mobile apps for iOS and Android. Mobile components will be moved on to HTML5 as it allows updates to be released across platforms simultaneously. Moodle’s mobile components will move to HTML5. The new HTML5 mobile app will be released under a GPL license and is expected to be available around the end of the year, about the same time as the anticipated release date for Moodle 2.4. It also allows modularity and greater participation from Moodle’s developer community.
For complete information visit: http://thejournal.com/articles/2012/07/12/moodle-to-drop-native-mobile-apps-move-to-html5.aspx
CapturetoCloud, Enterprise Social Media Startup, Picks Google Over Microsoft
With Microsoft cloud offerings such as SharePoint and Office 365 has created a demand for cloud-based collaboration Google Apps also has grown tremendously and has a lot of momentum. CaptureToCloud offers both a free and premium service and has been available during a beta period in the Google Apps Marketplace, Google Chrome Web Store, Google Play and at the company’s own Website. Users log onto the CapturetoCloud platform from any Web-connected device and can bring together files from Google Drive, the online storage service, as well as Dropbox, another online file storage service. It also allows users to capture and share any type of digital content and to collaborate on a project with anyone on any device via the cloud.