sponsored by IBM
Posted:  18 Dec 2012
Published:  17 Dec 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Mobile development is top of mind for many of today's organizations, and it's also largely uncharted territory for most of them.

Understanding today’s major categories of mobile application delivery is the IT decision maker’s first step to successfully juggling all the choices available and landing on an effective mobile development strategy.

With that in mind, Forrester Research Analyst Jeffrey Hammond explains that the basic categories of mobile application delivery are native types, Web-based types, hybrid types, and third-party mobile middleware services.

Read the expert guidance in this Solution Spotlight to learn how to:

  • Recognize the differences between these main categories in order to craft a development strategy that is both pragmatic and flexible
  • Resize service-oriented architecture (SOA) services to fit the confines of small devices
  • And ensure speed, reliability, and user expectations when developing mobile applications.





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