10 Strategies Used by Top IT Procurement Teams

Companies often perceive their IT Procurement teams as having one purpose: to minimize expenses for purchased goods and services. While purchasing is certainly a core functionality of the Procurement team, the Procurement team can also become a significant business driver that … Continue reading

Ten Mobile Apps for Employees On the Go

As the global business landscape moves toward increasingly mobile communications, enterprises are faced with a constant, ever-evolving barrage of desktop and mobile applications designed to facilitate interaction among their employees. Employees also must communicate with everyone from freelance content developers … Continue reading

Do Phone Apps Misuse Your Data?

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Have you ever downloaded an app and been shocked by the level of access that it requests on your phone? Some apps misuse your data, so it’s wise to hesitate before clicking “Accept.” For example, you probably remember the once-prolific … Continue reading

Startup Summer with Howard Diamond

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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

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 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

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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

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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