Building and hosting mobile applications in the cloud: Key considerations
sponsored by SAP America, Inc.

Mobile apps demand a lot more from the mobile cloud than regular cloud computing. Most of these differences are due to limited energy availability, network latencies, and unreliable connectivity in mobile devices.

Fortunately, by recognizing the differences between mobile cloud computing and regular cloud computing and by adding additional capabilities to the mobile cloud to address them, you can deliver as good an end user
experience on mobile devices as you can on desktops and laptops.

Read this expert e-guide to learn seven key differences you need to understand in order to deliver predictable, reliable, and fault-tolerant mobile app experiences.

Also, learn how leading enterprise application vendors such as SAP are adapting their mobile development strategies to meet the customer demand for easy-to-use, high-performance mobile apps.

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