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As Demand for Mobile Apps Rises, Enterprises Continue to Struggle

A new study from 451 Research and Kony Inc. shows that more than half of the 480 respondents plan to deploy 10 or more enterprise mobile apps in the next two years. That’s good news. The rest of what the study [PDF] found isn’t. There are two main problems highlighted...

Wrapping Up Our Series On Mobility Use Cases

This post concludes our series on mobility use cases. For previous parts in the series, see: Introduction; Part I (B2C); Part II (eCommerce); Part III (Enterprise). Over the past few weeks, we’ve covered three big mobility use cases for the App47 platform. From...

What Type of Enterprise Mobility Client Are You?

Even though enterprise mobility is maturing and evolving heading into 2015, there’s still no one-size-fits-all set of needs in the space. Thanks to differing business structures, industries, client needs, and more, different businesses have chosen to tackle enterprise...

Tips for Creating a Useful and Successful Enterprise App: The Redux

Matt Hunt, business development manager at enterprise app developer Apadmi, recently weighed in on how to develop a successful enterprise app. And you know what? We really liked his list of ten tips for creating a useful and successful enterprise app. In his list,...

Cleaning the Mobility House | Analytics Lead to ROI

Mobility in the enterprise is a hot topic these days. And in doing our regular light reading, we’ve found a wide variety of articles discussing just that. Some are good, some are bad, and some we’re indifferent to—but it’s not often that we read articles that we...

App47 Feature Series: The App47 Feature Roundup

Our feature series over the last several weeks was written with one thing in mind: to help you learn more about App47’s unique features, and how our enterprise mobile app management platform can help your business. Much like we did a roundup of our series on software...

App47 Feature Series: App Configuration Management

This post is part of an ongoing series about features of App47’s mobile application management platform. Be sure to check back here on our blog over the coming weeks for more in-depth feature descriptions. For previous posts in the series, see: Customizing Your App...

Apple Acquires TestFlight. What’s Next?

Just last Friday, word got out that Burstly, who makes the popular mobile app testing platform TestFlight, was acquired by Apple. This news came just after an announcement that Testflight would be ending its Android support on March 21st, that it was discontinuing its...

Zynga Troubles Demonstrate the Risk of Putting Too Much Stock in Mobile App Downloads

It’s’s been a tough week for Zynga. The Farmville founders had to show 520 people the door, and will be closing offices in Dallas, New York, and Los Angeles. As explained in Mike Snider’s article in USA Today:  Two troubling trends have hit Zynga; for starters, fewer...

What’s Appening, Episode 18 – Breaking Down BaaS with Kinvey CTO Morgan Bickle

For today’s podcast, App47 CTO Andy Glover sat down with Kinvey CTO Morgan Bickle to talk about Backend as a Service, better knows as BaaS. True to form, Andy wastes zero time in asking Morgan just what the heck that is. The answer, of course, requires a bit of...