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The rapid advancement of mobile computing in the past few years has given consumers more freedom and options, while also making them more dependent on their mobile devices than ever before. The number of mobile connected devices will exceed the world’s population in 2013 — more than 7 billion and counting. According to the same report, global mobile data traffic will increase 13-fold between 2012 and 2017, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 66%. Not only are there more mobile devices than people, the mobile data volume and frequency of access are also growing at a rapid pace.

Movement towards the mobile enterprise is gaining momentum based on the clear business value afforded by better leveraging today’s increasingly on-the-go workforce. However, corporate IT developers are struggling to keep up with the pace of mobile workers’ demands for access to key business processes, applications and data.

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In the quest to modernize IT, the top key priorities for forward-looking CIOs are analytics and business intelligence, mobile technologies, and cloud computing. We live in an increasingly data-driven world where just about everything we do can be quantified, analyzed, and optimized. The increasing sophistication of smart phones also allows us to be always connected to family, friends, information, and insights. The flexibility, scalability, and increasing adoption of cloud computing help make sure all types of big data people want to access remain available on demand.
As consumers, we have high expectations and little time. We want applications on our smart phones to be more collaborative, efficient, and productive in our lives. We connect with others through social media sites, share pictures and video links. We use productivity apps to organize tasks and events, manage our budget and finance, monitor energy use and our home…all from a phone. Isn’t it time that we do the same for work? More »


It has happened thousands of times now in corporate IT.  An executive walks into the IT department carrying his shiny new iPad and asks how to access all his important business systems from the device.  Tomorrow, Apple will announce the iPad 3, and yet, many IT departments are still struggling to support these new generation of mobile devices beyond simple email and calendar functionality.

Mobile Questions The 5 Myths of Mobile BPM

As mobile devices have rapidly evolved, a number of myths about capabilities and implementation concerns have evolved.  But, while there are many challenges, the need to support these mobile devices has now become a mandate.  What once was a lone executive asking for iPad support is now an uprising of the masses asking to support a myriad of platforms and devices.  IT can no longer ignore the trend and must start fundamentally changing the way applications are developed, data is secured, and services are delivered to support this new mobile workforce. More »

Working for most organizations is Non-Stop-Round-The-Clock-Can’t-Slow-Down-Long-Enough-To-Get-A-Diet-Coke. Mobile only begins to explain how a growing number of companies and government agencies work. And the tools we use to get things done are becoming more vital than ever, from the tablet computer you use to do your job to the mobile BPM software you use… to do your job.

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Movement towards the mobile enterprise is gaining momentum based on the clear business value afforded by better leveraging today’s increasingly disconnected and on-the-go workforce. However, mobility poses serious concerns for enterprise IT; security being chief among them. Mobile BPM applications delivered on our BPM software ensure safe and secure mobile participation in critical business processes. We have a new white paper that explains how.

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