Startup Summer with Howard Diamond

Startup Summer Popularity surrounding startup companies and culture is at an all-time high.  There’s a hit HBO TV show called Silicon Valley, and a clothing line at Banana Republic called “The Startup Guy .” And now, there’s Startup Summer! Startup … Continue reading

How to Make a Reliable App

 Making a Reliable App What’s one of the most important qualifications for a reliable app? Stability. Nobody wants to deal with a buggy app that causes a frustration overload. A mobile application with poor stability quickly leads to abandonment. According to … Continue reading

Deploying Simple Enterprise Apps

The terms “Simple” and “Enterprise” are rarely spoken in the same breath, but at MobileDay we’ve learned how to bridge the gaps with our simple enterprise apps and infrastructure. We know first-hand that many enterprise apps can be a headache for … Continue reading

Google I/O Boulder

Google held it’s annual developers conference, Google I/O, this week in San Francisco. There was a lot of great information and features announced and uncovered over the course of the two days of sessions. I was not lucky enough to … Continue reading

Boulder Startup Week 2014

This week marks the fifth annual Startup Week here in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. The event is a five-day celebration of the city’s thriving startup community, featuring networking events, coffee shop pow-wows, and a variety of parties, presentations and activities. There is … Continue reading

Don’t Dial and Drive

Be Safe behind the Wheel: Use MobileDay! As we approach our one millionth call, we encourage all of our users to be safe and avoid dialing behind the wheel. The National Safety Council estimates at least 1.6 million crashes each … Continue reading

What is One-Touch Conferencing?

When it comes to Mobile Conferencing, what does ‘One-Touch Access’ actually mean? Although commonly used in the world of conference call services, the term ‘One-Touch Access’ lends itself to a broad range of possible definitions. In our opinion, it shouldn’t matter … Continue reading