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Enterprise architects' guide to success with mobile apps for business

Last updated:April 2014

Editor's note

The application development environment, especially in regards to mobile apps for business, is rapidly growing. The surge of the bring your own device (BYOD) movement and workers desiring to have access to data on various platforms is helping to fuel this evolution. Technology professionals have to make sure they have current skills in order to be relevant as organizations take Web-based applications to wireless devices.

This guide showcases the latest in design, development and testing techniques for enterprise mobile apps. Several mobile app implementation success stories and a glossary of key terms are also included

1Building new skills for mobile testing

Development of mobile apps for business can't be considered complete until testing has been conducted. Many developers are quickly realizing the need to build new skills because testing for Web-based applications is very different than that of mobile. Fortunately, there are strategies developers can deploy to ensure mobile apps work as needed.

The following is a collection of articles focused on mobile testing and development.

2Implementing enterprise mobile apps

With an ever-expanding array of mobile tools hitting the market, business leaders are faced with an overwhelming amount of options to solve their needs. The decision-making process can be mired with unexpected hurdles. One of the best ways to avoid unnecessary headaches is to learn from others' missteps.

Read on for examples of how business leaders have implemented mobile apps for business use within their organizations.

3Common mobile app development terms

This glossary provides definitions of terms commonly used in mobile apps for business.

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