Mobile and social web: the art of the possible
With ownership of smart devices exploding and mobile connection speeds more than doubling in 2012, we are not only entering the era of mobile – we are entering the era of ‘mobile first’. In a new CIC Commentary, Jessica Figueras and Clive Howard uncover the opportunities for enterprises that wish to explore the art of the possible. You can read Jessica’s blog which outlines 5 steps to help you on your way to becoming ‘mobile first’ or for the full in-depth analysis, the entire report is available free to download in the CIC Web Store.
Featured Analyst Insights – free downloads for April
We are pleased to highlight two commentary articles from CIC Principal Analyst, Ian Murphy.
Fresh from his visit to the US at the beginning of April to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the IBM Mainframe, Ian brings his perspective on the future direction of this lasting technology platform. Organisations looking to understand the Six reasons why IBM celebrates the mainframe and what its evolution offers for business growth should download this report from the CIC Web Store. The report is free until the end of April. Use Coupon Code 2014April149 at the checkout.
With security and analytics hot in the news, Ian Murphy’s March 2014 CIC Commentary article: Behavioural analytics for better security offers instructive guidance as to how analytics can give the edge to an organisation’s security framework and strategy. This report is also downloadable free until the end of April; use Coupon Code 2014April151 at the checkout.
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- Mobile and social web: the art of the possible (Sponsored Research)
- Behavioural Analytics for better security (Commentary)
- Six reasons why IBM celebrates the mainframe (Commentary)
- Developer Relations Series: Intel (Podcast)
- Developer Relations Series: Adobe (Podcast)
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