Outsource Enterprise Mobility Solutions
Take the opportunity to reach the millions of people who already use mobile devices around the world: iPhone, Android, Windows Phone … or tablets like iPad. We offer you professional solutions developed for these devices, with which you can access a constantly growing market.
In the field of the company we have already developed mobile applications for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Android and Windows Phone, which can even be integrated with the business management systems of organizations.
In response to any demand, we offer a comprehensive creativity service: from conceptual design, programming, etc., to the publication of the same in the corresponding distribution stores.
If you plan to implement a mobility project for iPhone / iPad, Apple Watch, Android or Windows Phone in your company, do not hesitate to contact us .
We are in the era of “all in the cloud”: documents, personal files, photos, e-mails, contacts and even passwords and operating system settings are moved daily to remote servers and kept in sync on all their devices.
Browsers and operating systems, by default, activate the synchronization functions: this means that the user, by default, implicitly consents to the backup of his data on remote locations.
Synchronize Android: when to do it and when not
When you activate any Android mobile device, the operating system prompts you to specify a Google account.
By default, once you’ve set up any Google account, Android will sync your data .
This means that Gmail mail, if used for example on a desktop or other mobile device, the images captured with the camera, contacts contacts and so on will be immediately saved on Google servers and kept constantly updated on devices where the same account is configured.
If you decide to use synchronization it is therefore good to understand how it works.
It happened several times, to hear the complaints of those – taking pictures with their device – then found them on Google Drive, including images that he thought had been erased.
How often do you ask yourself these questions?
Is your data getting unmanageable on your current systems?
Are you having difficulty scaling your app, either horizontally or vertically, and you know you need to migrate to a different technology?
Are you looking at an expensive upgrade to your hardware in order to handle all of your data, apps, and functions?
Mobile Device Management (MDM)
Definition, guidelines, best practices and most popular products for the management of mobile devices – PC, tablet, smartphone – in the company
The rather broad term of Mobile Device Management (MDM) identifies the platforms that deal with the centralized management of mobile devices used by employees of a company, then smartphones, tablets and laptops.
MDM platforms are usually developed by third parties to be as cross-cutting as possible and to handle a very wide range of devices. There are obviously also MDM platforms created by the smartphone and tablet manufacturers or the operating system, but only for the management of their devices. Rough features of MDM, such as the location of a lost device or the remote blocking and erasing of data are also present on iOS and Android devices sold to individuals, and Windows 10 has new features of Mobile Device Management.