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- Overcoming the challenges of building
cross-platform mobile apps
In this webcast, SevenTablets, a distinguished IBM Premier Business Partner, discusses how they created OnBoard, their enterprise communication hub, and how they used Worklight, the STAMP process, and STAX API to overcome the many challenges of cross-platform mobile apps.
Join Daniel Brookshier, Chief Architect at SevenTablets, Inc., as he presents his team's insights into Worklight, their process, and their API. He'll cover:
- How to overcome enterprise mobility
The benefits of a mobile environment are boundless, but the challenges can be just as numerous. Learn how to overcome these challenges and deliver the seamless mobile experience that your consumers and employees expect.
Join Stephanie Trunzo, Chief Creative Officer at PointSource, a Premier IBM Business Partner, as she discusses some of the more pressing topics around mobility. Learn how to avoid costly development mistakes by using a comprehensive mobile strategy from the start. She'll cover:
- Leveraging AT&T APIs as key assets in
an enterprise Worklight ecosystem
The AT&T API Platform enables you to quickly create and securely deploy apps on Worklight, IBM’s industry-leading mobile enterprise application platform. Enterprises can make use of pre-built Worklight adapters for the following AT&T APIs:
Using these adapters, you can deliver feature-rich, personalized mobile experiences for your individual customer base or enterprise customer base. When you develop apps with IBM Worklight, the AT&T APIs and adapters can help you accelerate your time-to-market and reduce the cost and complexity of app development using API-based monetization strategies and personalization features.
- Crafting an adaptive mobile security and
Organizations need to quickly make informed selections and decisions on the mobile security and management solutions they deploy — organizational inertia itself can lead to increased risk exposure. This session highlights the key focus areas for designing a mobile security posture, including:
- Introduction to IBM MobileFirst
With the rapid adoption of mobile devices, consumers now have the ability to conduct transactions anywhere, anytime. Yet most businesses today have a limited understanding of how their customers are engaging with them on mobile channels. And given the magnitude of mobile variables—including the abundance of devices and browsers—the risk of customers encountering obstacles is inherently greater.
Many of the issues that cause customers to struggle are related to business process and usability, making the issues challenging to detect, diagnose, and resolve effectively. Tealeaf helps companies identify segments of customers having a bad experience, replay those experiences to learn why they are struggling, and create a business case with optimizations prioritized by business impact.
Tealeaf is the industry-leading Customer Experience Management (CEM) Solution. Regardless of the web channel—traditional fixed web, mobile web, or native application—Tealeaf ensures the success of online customers.
- Introduction to IBM Endpoint Manager for
The consumer-focused, closed file system model adopted by iOS and Android has driven a disruptive paradigm shift in enterprise device management from “the power of the IT administrator” to “the user is king” approach. Additionally, BYOD adoption has raised concerns over data leakage, separation of personal and enterprise data, and privacy/liability implications of managing employee-owned devices.
This tech talk covers:
IBM Endpoint Manager for Mobile Devices enables organizations to manage and secure complex BYOD and traditional environments of smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops, and servers using a single management infrastructure.
- Introduction to IBM
This session introduces you to the world of enterprise mobility by showcasing a few examples of customers who are building mobile enterprises, and discussing the benefits of becoming a mobile enterprise.
Becoming a mobile enterprise enables you to:
- Introduction to IBM Worklight: Building
and connecting cross-platform mobile apps with IBM
IBM Worklight provides an open, comprehensive, and advanced mobile application platform for smartphones and tablets, helping organizations of all sizes to efficiently develop, connect, run, and manage HTML5, hybrid, and native applications. Leveraging standards-based technologies and tools, the platform ships with a comprehensive development environment, mobile-optimized middleware, and an integrated management and analytics console, supported by a variety of security mechanisms.
The Worklight Developer Edition is a self-contained, easy-to-install plugin for the Eclipse IDE that is packaged into a single Eclipse download without the need to install a database or application server. This edition is free with no time restrictions for non-production environments.