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The 5 Elements of Building Smart Mobile Apps for Enterprise – InfoWorld

Enterprise organizations have unique needs. A solution needs to be scalable, able to integrate seamlessly with existing systems, and ideally doesn’t require a dedicated R&D team to develop.    Join ProntoForms for a 30 minute discussion on the five elements that enterprises’ should look for when considering a mobile solution. Mark Scott, VP Marketing, will discuss how these elements, along ... Read More »

Adobe Document Cloud improves collaboration tools, strengthens mobile apps, and adds AI form recognition – VentureBeat

Adobe Document Cloud — Adobe’s suite of apps and services that center on PDF conversion and document exchange services — is more popular than you might suspect. More than 110 million people use Adobe Acrobat across mobile and desktop, and the productivity platform handled more than 200 billion PDFs in 2017. Meanwhile, more than 50 percent of Fortune 100 companies use Adobe ... Read More »

A Foolish Take: Generation Z Americans Love These 3 Mobile Apps – Motley Fool

Generation Z (16- to 24-year-olds) is considered America’s first “digitally native” generation. These younger Americans frequently use mobile apps and social networks, but they mostly avoid Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), which is more popular with millennials. Last year, a Piper Jaffray survey found that only 9% of teens considered Facebook their preferred social media platform. The vast majority preferred Snap‘s (NYSE:SNAP) Snapchat, ... Read More »

Communication ministry to provide services for citizens by mobile … – Egypttoday

CAIRO – 29 September 2018: Egypt’s Minister of Communication and Information Technology Amr Talaat announced Saturday that by the middle of 2019, the ministry will provide several services for citizens through mobile applications, according to a statement issued by the ministry. Talat pointed out that the services would include health insurance, vehicle licensing, and general taxation documents, assuring that anyone ... Read More »

Communication ministry to provide services for citizens by mobile apps – Egypttoday

CAIRO – 29 September 2018: Egypt’s Minister of Communication and Information Technology Amr Talaat announced Saturday that by the middle of 2019, the ministry will provide several services for citizens through mobile applications, according to a statement issued by the ministry. Talat pointed out that the services would include health insurance, vehicle licensing, and general taxation documents, assuring that anyone ... Read More »

Microsoft deprioritizes its touch-enabled Office Mobile apps for Windows – ZDNet

Microsoft has a number of different versions of its Office apps in market. There’s the Win32 version of Office, the web/online version of Office (referred to, these days, as Office.com apps) and a Universal Windows Platform (UWP), touch-enabled version of Office called Office Mobile. There are also versions of the Office apps for iOS and Android. Credit: Microsoft This week, ... Read More »