Last week, IBM released the latest version of our mobile application development platform, IBM Worklight 6. Worklight 6, available as a no-charge download for developers, is a leading mobile app platform for building apps on the full range of mobile devices and interfaces – native, HTML5, or hybrid. The new release includes key innovations and […]
Read the review of IBM Endpoint Manager from Biztech Magazine “Gain the upper hand on managing the profusion of devices common in today’s workplace.” -http://www.biztechmagazine.com/article/2013/05/review-ibm-endpoint-manager-mobile-devices
IBM recently commissioned Forrester to examine the total economic impact and potential return on investment that clients may realize by using IBM Mobile Enterprise Services to manage a “bring your own device” (BYOD) program. IBM Mobile Enterprise Services are a key component of the IBM MobileFirst Development & Integration Services. Through interviews with two IBM […]
Navigate the Mobile Landscape with Confidence and Create a Mobile Strategy That Wins in the Market Place Mobile Strategy gives IT leaders the ability to transform their business by offering all the guidance they need to navigate this complex landscape, leverage its opportunities, and protect their investments along the way. IBM’s Dirk Nicol clearly explains […]
IBM announces a new strategic plan for the business of mobility Published April 2, 2013 IBM recently announced a new comprehensive mobile portfolio called IBM MobileFirst, tailoring its mobile solutions to the business needs of the new mobile enterprise. This will change the way you think about your mobile initiatives, and the way you purchase […]
The Connections apps released in October add additional command URLs to what we already had in them. See this post for details on the first batch and when you might use them, then come back here and check out the new ones. The account info is optional. To use these, call them wherever you would […]
IBM recently commissioned Forrester Consulting to examine the total economic impact and potential return on investment that companies realised by engaging IBM to implement a “Bring Your Own Device” or BYOD program. it’s a great report and available for free from IBM.
I posted this a while back on my internal blog at IBM and it’s clearly one of the most read entries so I’d thought I would share it with everyone, please spread the info. Lotus Notes uses Java Virtual Machine (JVM) for processing of Lotus Notes applications and plugins. IBMs Lotus Notes client configuration has […]