As mobility moves into the enterprise mainstream, simplicity is key, but it is hard than it appears. Successful enterprises will build on platforms that make life simpler for everyone in the mobile value chain.
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One of the most exciting facets of mobile is the game-changing effect in emerging markets - but there's much more, as this video will show.
My colleague Mahira Kalim gives us an update on how SAP is running its business better running its own mobile software.
Mobile application development investment is rapidly growing, and will continue to be a differentiator in customer and consumer facing business strategy for the next five years. What are you doing to protect your investment?
CES validates the rising importance of the Internet of Things, as Milja Gillespie shares her impressions from CES 2013 in Las Vegas, where gadgets and the Internet of Things dominated
It's one thing to identify the top mobile trends, but another level of thinking is required to create a sustainable winning mobile strategy. Consumers will dictate who wins in 2013 an here's what CEOs in consumer-facing industries need to think about.
Here are the ten most important trends that will drive our increasingly mobile world in 2013 and beyond.
Continued hyper-growth in the mobile landscape is not a foregone conclusion, and factors that could lead to the "Mobile Cliff" are strengthening.
The mobile industry is clearly moving to the mainstream point of its latest cycle - the influence of consumer grade applications and content. The consensus vision is a multichannel future, but when?
Greetings, this is Bill Clark, Global Vice President Mobile Strategy at SAP. I am looking forward to blogging on all things "UberMobile" going forward!