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Happy Fourth of July from the App47 Team!

This Fourth of July is going to be anything but normal for most of us. Holiday traditions like big fireworks shows and neighborhood grill outs will, for most of us, have to wait until next year. And yet, if you're anything like us, you've been looking forward to a...

Wrapping Up Our Series About App47 App Store V3

In case you haven't heard, we're phasing out version 2 of the App47 App Store. As we've continued updating V3, we've seen more divergence between the two versions. Ultimately, we plan to phase out version 2 of our App Store early next year. The last couple of weeks,...

How to Migrate to V3 of the App47 App Store

The last couple of weeks, we've taken a closer look at version 3 of the App47 App Store as we slowly begin the phase-out of version 2, with plans to take it completely offline at the beginning of next year. Among myriad other features, V3 adds new security features,...

App47 App Store V3: Key Features

All good things must come to an end. Okay... in this case, the "good thing" that is version 2 of the App47 App Store is actually being replaced by an even better thing--version 3!--but nonetheless, we are still phasing out version 2 early next year. Like we said: all...

Revisiting V3 of the App47 App Store

Last spring, we launched version 3 of our Enterprise App Store UI (EAS UI V3). With greatly-improved customization, streamlined controls, and new options for featuring and cataloging apps, V3 of the App47 App Store made it easier than ever to get the apps you curate...

Happy Memorial Day from App47

Heading into this weekend, you've no doubt seen the the constant stream of ads and flyers promoting Memorial Day sales: new cars, new appliances, new grills--you name it. There's certainly no shortage of things to go out and buy this weekend "for" Memorial Day (at...

5 Tips for Enterprise Mobility in the Work-From-Home Era

Earlier this week, Twitter announced that all its staff could continue working from home--forever. And while that may not be the norm at companies outside of Silicon Valley, there's no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has, at least in the short term, drastically...

Group Containers Are Now Live

We are happy to announce that as of last weekend, Group Containers are now live. You may recall our blog series about Group Containers earlier this year. While we recommend checking out that series if you'd like a deep dive into the feature, the key takeaway is that...

Our 5 Favorite Apps for Working from Home

Strange times are here. With officials around the country encouraging employees to work from home when possible to combat the coronavirus, businesses and workers are coming to terms with what effective work-from-home policies look like. While there's no one perfect...

Video Conferencing for Dummies

The year is 2050. A zombie outbreak has forced everyone into their homes. Companies are scrambling to get work done. Would-be large meetings are transitioned to video conferences, and employees are struggling to get by. Replace 2050 with 2020, and the zombie outbreak...

5 Tips for Efficiently Working from Home

The last few weeks have been, in a word, interesting. With the coronavirus pandemic spreading across the world, and hitting the United States hard in the last few weeks, people are being encouraged to socially distance themselves and work from home when possible. As...

Group Containers: A Summary

The last few weeks, we've been focusing our efforts on a new feature called Group Containers. As we wrap up our series, we thought now would be a good time for a brief summary of everything we've discussed so far. We started by explaining, "why now?". It's simple:...

Group Containers: Why They Matter

We've been talking a lot about Group Containers over the last few weeks. One thing we focused on was why we're building this feature. Today, we thought we'd come back to the "'why" question, as there are some other key reasons besides ease-of-use and MDM deployment....