Guest Post Most enterprise mobile apps suck when it comes to getting work done on the go, but there are three things we can keep in mind to make them better.
I caught up with MobileBeat judge and venture investor Sean Jacobsohn to chat about the future of mobile business applications, monetization strategies that work, and the startups that are on his radar.
Editor’s Pick Mobile design has never been more important than it is now, and the top enterprise app makers have taken notice.
Hot BYOD startup Enterproid ahs launched a new solution called Divide Builder that gives companies more flexibility for its BYOD software arsenal.
Whether the concern is making BYOD actually work, beefing up security, or taking business intelligence mobile, these six startups are reshaping the landscape of mobile enterprise.
Enterprises that want peace of mind when it comes to applications running in cloud or virtual environments can outsource management to startup AppEnsure.
Sales communications startup Clearslide has raised $28 million in its second round of funding aimed at opening a New York City office, developing new products, and increasing marketing efforts.
Tidemark targets Fortune 1,000 companies with mobile apps for financial planning, operational planning, and metrics management.
Major VC firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers will invest more than $100 million in new enterprise-facing startups.
HTC announced this morning that it would lose $40 million due to OnLive’s restructuring, but it’s also pumping money into an enterprise app platform.
NetSuite was founded as a cloud-based enterprise company way back in 1998. But Zach Nelson (pictured left), chief executive of the company, has plenty of advice for startups in the enterprise market, where social, mobile, and cloud technologies are all colliding.
Enterprise mobility startup Bitzer Mobile has raised $4.75 million in its first round of funding, with a goal of helping enterprises securely deploy mobile applications across almost every smartphone and tablet.
This article is part of a series of posts about DEMO alumni and news of their progress. DoubleDutch launched at DEMO in Fall 2010. Check out more at DEMO.
Enterpise-focused mobile app developer Taptera announced Wednesday that it has raised $2 million in first-round funding.
Guest Post As I sit awaiting my delayed flight, 5 out of 6 people on my row are using an iPad to consume content. I am the lone holdout, but only because my iPad is in my bag while I type this post on my MacBook.