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Guest Expert: Mike Miranda, Talking Enterprise Mobility Platforms

Do You Know What a Good Enterprise Mobility Platform Looks Like? By Guest Expert: Mike Miranda If your company doesn’t already have an app, there’s no time to waste. However, instead of paying someone else to build one for you, invest in enterprise mobility software and create your own. Simplicity Chances are you don’t have a degree in computer science or years of coding experience under your belt. That’s why you’re looking for this type of platform in the first place. You’d rather not go back to school for four years, leave with a bunch of debt and then put in the work to create an app. You probably don’t want to hire an expert coder either and spend a small fortune getting the app you see in your mind. That’s why enterprise app development programs are so popular. Yet some of them aren’t that easy to use. It doesn’t make any sense! You shouldn’t have to read a small novel to understand how this software functions or watch video after video to get up and running. Instead, what you want to basically be able to do is download or otherwise install your program and get busy creating. With most platforms these days, you don’t have to do much more than drag and click the functionality you want in order to piece together the perfect app. Look for this kind of thing and you won’t be disappointed by the software or the app you end up building. To be sure of your purchase, demand a demo. Most developers will actually give you a free trial period of their entire platform. At the very least, though, you should get to demo the program to get an idea of how it works. Otherwise, it’s probably best not to invest too much money in one of these options. Ability to Sync with Your System Although you’re on the verge of creating your own app, you most likely have other forms of software you use on a regular basis for your business needs. Companies generally have inner systems or “logics” that form a type of digital framework for their organization. An app will be an excellent complement to this infrastructure, but only if you create it correctly. Most apps will need to sync with this internal logic just to...

[X-Post] Daniel DiMassa Mentioned in Mobile Technology: Top Twitter Influencers to Follow

Daniel DiMassa named a top Mobile Technology Twitter Influencer. Full article as posted by Kimberly Crossland from the good folks at Techopedia. By Kimberly Crossland, June 8, 2015 Takeaway: Mobile is one of the fastest moving segments in the tech world. Follow these Twitter users to stay up-to-date on the latest developments. Source: Mpavlov/Dreamstime.com Remember the days when everyone had a flip phone? The smaller the better, we used to say. Now, the opposite is true. With phones powering your house, social life and career, you can’t afford to fall behind in the mobile tech industry. Mobile has taken over fixed Internet, according to a recent study by ComScore. To help you stay abreast on the latest happenings in this exciting market, we’ve compiled a list of Twitter users. This list is based on the people in the mobile technology industry who have the most revolutionary ideas and posts. Others trust them for news, information, and innovations. Now you can too. Keep on top of this fast-developing upward trend with tips and 140-character insights from these Twitter users. Did we miss somebody? Let us know. Amy Groden-Morrison This marketing tech frequently tweets about mobile tech, apps, analytics and life. Andrew Borg Vice president of BYOD and Enterprise Mobile Platform at Credit Suisse. ARM Mobile Official Twitter feed for ARM Mobile. Benedict Evans Always trying to stay ahead of the curve by figuring out what’s going on and what’s happening next in the mobile tech world. Blogs at ben-evans.com. Daniel DiMassa He’s ranked #1 as a mobile app expert and is a self-proclaimed enterprise app bad boy. He also blogs at EnterpriseAdoption.com. Dawn Chmielewski Mobile device and Apple writer for http://recode.net/. Evangelos Simoudis The senior managing director at Trident Capital and an investor in mobile technology. Blogs at corporateinnovation.co. FoneArenaMobile Official Twitter feed for mobile blog http://www.fonearena.com/blog/. Francisco Jeronimo Research Director for IDC in European Consumer Wireless and Mobile Communications. GigaOM Mobile Twitter feed from https://gigaom.com featuring the latest in mobile news. Jason Spero Google employee and mobility lover. Blogs at adwords.blogspot.com. Lance Ulanoff Editor-at-large at Mashable and overall tech expert. Blogs at lanceulanoff.com. Mark Brill Consultant, strategist and lecturer in mobile innovation. Blogs at...

VAR – Reseller Mobile App Expert Interview: IT Rockstar, Joe Reithmeier with Miles Technologies

Today we virtually sit down with IT rockstar, Joe Reithmeier.  He is one of the top IT dogs at Miles Technologies, to hear his thoughts on mobility. Lets get right into it. For newcomers – What is a VAR, you ask? Its a value added reseller. They are the ones who bring all sorts of tech goodies and expertise to businesses or simply my slag term is “tech concierges.” 1. What priorities in mobility are you seeing from your customers? Mobility isn’t new. Smart phones and tablets are ubiquitous in our lives, and their inclusion in business activities is expected. Miles Technologies partners with many different types of businesses, and they all expect to use mobile devices as part of their everyday business lives. So it’s not so much a priority to use these devices as it is an expectation that they are part of their current business practices. 2. How has your VAR business been impacted by smartphones and tablets?  Smart phones and tablets have added a new delivery channel to many businesses. At Miles Technologies, we support people, not devices. So we believe the value of our services increases with each new way to analyze and protect data and deliver automation. 3. Do you see the mobility movement a threat to your business or an opportunity? We view mobility as an opportunity. Miles Technologies is in the business of helping people do more. We do this through the implementation and management of technology. Smart phones and tablets represent additional tactics in our arsenal to develop solutions to help our customers. 4. What kind of mobility services and products have your customers been asking for? Mobility represents a competitive requirement for our customers. They need to embrace the technology because their customers expect them to. The list of products and services they need is long; here are some of the most popular solutions we’ve helped our customers implement: Responsive Websites – More than half of the United States’ internet usage now comes from mobile devices. Miles Technologies has helped many of our customers launch or re-launch their websites so that they are optimized to the device that is viewing them. Enhanced Security – Mobility represents new security challenges, especially for our customers in the financial...

[Breaking News] Mobile Apps for All. Huge TechData and InnoviMobile Announcement.

        Its 2015 lets act like it! Every single one of us use apps constantly, heck many of you are reading this on mobile, right? So why should App Development be this scary unknown difficult process?  Yet – every business I interview, small to enterprise, says that a custom business app “would be awesome and could speed things up around here” Ta Da! Here is the press release. But here is my unofficial/off record version. We teamed up with our amazing partners to basically bring custom mobile apps to all companies large and small. Our geek know-how & mobile app passion (Yes that is REALLY my legal license plate)  and Tech Data’s monster network and distributions expertise. For those not familiar with the name, TECD stock ticker, they are the ones that get your business’s VAR (Value Added Reseller) or technology concierge their goodies.   TL;DR: Whomever you call for routers, tablets and software activations. Simply ask them for a Mobile App. Thats it. Our teams all work behind the scenes to get you all setup nice and painlessly. A few quick calls with what you want, and we will translate that in a project scope with no overages! So if the app takes longer then expected its on us. See here at InnoviMobile we have been building apps since the first app store came out so we have it down to a science. ps: If you reseller doesn’t work with Tech Data they need to! Or else you might want to shop around to one that...