Cyber security is a huge concern for both business owners and customers alike. From compromising your financial accounts to tarnishing the faith your clients have in your business, Internet criminals can cause immeasurable harm to those they target. While we have all heard the news stories about online hackers, fake apps are entering the scene as the next trend in technology-based fraud.
Something incredibly transformational is emerging: the advent of the “citizen developer.” You may or may not have heard the term. Our newest white paper, Empowering Citizen Developers: A Guide, walks you through everything you need to know and how to empower these employees to create powerful apps that benefit the whole organization. Here, we'll give you a snapshot of the steps you should take.
There are many reasons why you would want to access a chart via your mobile device while you are on the go. Perhaps you visit clients on sales calls and you need to reference how your product compares to the competition. Maybe you work in real estate and you wish to show potential home buyers the ebb and flow of the market and why now is the best time to buy. You may work for a nonprofit and need to show donors how your program is impacting others for good. The possibilities are endless for app makers that utilize mobile charts and graphs; having data interpreted into a visual aid only strengthens your overall presentation.
We’ve all come across web pages or apps that just didn’t perform quite right on a mobile device. Maybe the download time took way too long or the buttons were incredibly small making it difficult to click to the next function. The software could have been designed for an iPhone but you own a Samsung Galaxy (or vise versa) so the formatting was off. If you are creating an app for your workforce to use, chances are your employees have different brands of smartphones along with various models to complicate things. Here are some tips to help your app look professional while functioning properly regardless of what device it’s used on.
The holidays are right around the corner, and the retail industry is preparing for their busiest season of the year. Although the holiday rush is nothing new, retail has seen a shift in the way consumers engage with their brands and buy their products, largely thanks to mobile. Consumers will be using their mobile devices to purchase and interact with brands over the holidays whether the company is ready or not, but there’s still time to prepare!