Blog Category: Enterprise Mobility


With a wealth of experience in enterprise mobility, App47 CEO, Chris Schroeder, and others share their knowledge and insights about how mobile applications can empower employees can do their jobs from anywhere using a variety of devices.




App47 Turns 7

In a few short days, on January 21st, App47 will hit a big milestone: 7 years in business. When we opened up our doors in 2011, the mobile app market looked quite a bit different than it does now. Consider a few milestones: the iPhone was, at that point, just 4 years...

A New Era: The Enterprise Machine

We’re living in an era of mobility. Consumers use apps to help track their weight and fitness. To manage airline tickets and Chipotle coupons. To check the latest scores of their favorite teams. And enterprise employees are using apps to help manage inventory, boost...

Will IoT Change the Face of Enterprise Mobility?

The world of enterprise mobility has already undergone significant change in the last few years. With so many devices in the workplace today, assuming control over all employee devices with an MDM approach would be nigh impossible. Instead, many companies have moved...

The 3 Biggest Obstacles to Enterprise Mobility

Despite the fact that employees want mobile-first work experiences, they aren’t getting them. As we recently discussed on our blog, a report by Sappho and Forrester Research found that 55% of companies have implemented three apps or fewer—a far cry from what many...

Are You Marketing Your Apps to Employees?

A few months ago, we discussed an interesting idea: in your enterprise, you don’t have users—you have “internal customers.” In other words, rather than treating employees as users who must use your app, you should think of them as customers—people with different...

What’s Your Dialpad Solution?

As Heather Clancy explained in a recent article for FORTUNE, desk phones chain workers to one location. Businesses need phones, of course, but proprietary telecom equipment is expensive. Business telecom, it seems, is in need of a bit of a reinvention. Cloud startup...