BYOA: the next phase in the evolution of business technology

May 14,  2014, posted by Ben Rossi

The future is ‘build your own app’, not ‘bring your own app’. There is a widely held view at the front end of the IT and communications industry that the dust has settled on the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) phenomenon. Mobile device management (MDM) systems are in place, business policies crafted and best practices established. Yet, at the same time, many SMEs are still debating the issue and ironing out the details.

Yes to the mobility to gain efficiency

May 14, 2014, from the Computerworld web site

In the last few years Italian companies increased their investments in mobility projects and they will enjoy more competitive advantages if they will think to the whole processes in “mobile key”.

The mobility can be useful for Italian companies to regain efficiency and effectiveness in business processes. This is what emerges from the research realized by Mobile Enterprise Observatory of Politecnico di Milano, regarding 200 Italian CIOs of big enterprises. 

MOBILE FIRST:THE PRIORITY

May 04,  2014, from the BITMAT website

The attention to the Mobility is everyday more important for companies. The 96 % of Enterprises will use mobile App in the next 12 months. In its initial phase, the enterprise mobility strategies have spread thanks to the boost of end-users who used already smartphones and apps in their daily lives. They began to ' contaminate ' also business environments in order to have the same use experiences lived outside the office. This is the  consumerization phenomenon.

Infor CEO Philips talks about cloud, UI and industry focus

April 17 2014, by Larry Dignan

Summary: Infor has been on a tear of late with partnerships with Amazon Web Services, Red Hat, and EnterpriseDB. We talk strategy with CEO Charles Phillips.

Infor is increasingly seen as a threat to Oracle and SAP for its ability to go deep into industry features with its enterprise software. The company has remained in the background in recent years as it revamped its software, created a universal user interface, and made plans to migrate customers to a cloud model.

SOCIAL NETWORKING IS ESSENTIAL FOR COMPANIES

April 24 2014, from LINEA EDP web site

The need to improve communication and collaboration in the workplace, to increase employee engagement, to accelerate decision making and to boost productivity leads the global market for enterprise social networking . The companies are integrating significant social collaboration features  in workflows to dynamically connect people and information at the appropriate time , rather than relying on static collaboration tools traditionally used .

Infor Announces Industry Application Suites in the Cloud

NEW YORK , Mar 26, 2014 on INFOR blog

Infor, a leading provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers, today announced Infor CloudSuiteTM, the first group of industry-specific application suites available on Amazon Web Services' (AWS) cloud. Infor CloudSuite provides beautiful software with deep industry functionality and a flexible, subscription-based delivery model that significantly reduces upfront IT expenditure.

INFOR IN CLOUD

April 4, 2014, from LOGISTICA MANAGEMENT website

Infor recently presented CloudSuiteTM, the first suite of applications for vertical industries available in the cloud via Amazon Web Services (AWS). 

Top Factors to Consider when Measuring the ROI of Mobile Apps

February 3, 2014, posted on Catavolt Blog by Eric Martin

When implementing enterprise mobility strategies for a business, determining measurable results isn’t always the easiest task. With so many workers using their own mobile devices, developing enterprise apps that promise benefits such as increasing productivity, enhancing collaboration, and better customer service are becoming increasingly common in the office.

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