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Patented MobileFrame Configurable Mobile Application Platform Eliminates all Coding for Custom Mobile Applications including Smart Database Synchoronzation with Back-Office Enterprise Data. MobileFrame announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued U.S. patent number 7,730,097 to MobileFrame for its unique 100% Code Free Smart Database that seamlessly synchronizes data between back-office enterprise systems and distributed mobile devices. MobileFrame’s enterprise mobility system eliminates custom programming through an intuitive, user friendly point-and-click desktop, enabling novice computer users to easily create and deploy sophisticated custom mobile applications. With secure Sarbanes-Oxley compliant instant messaging, integrated intelligent networking, prioritized smart synchronization, full remote device control, configuration an... (more)

Announcing Release of MobileFrame Version 4.7

MobileFrame proudly announces version 4.7 of our enterprise mobility platform. With this version, we have added a series of useful new features including: Database Setup Wizard.  This wizard helps users quickly and easily create a new MobileFrame database and set it up for use.  It will work with any/all databases supported by MobileFrame including SQL, Oracle and DB2 databases. Task Version History.  When you save a task (a mobile application), an automatic backup of that version will be generated and stored in the database.  You can review all versions of your tasks, rollback ... (more)

Sybase in Leaders Quadrant in 2011 Mobile Device Management Software

Sybase, Inc., an SAP company, has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders quadrant in its Magic Quadrant for Mobile Device Management (MDM) Software report, authored by Phillip Redman, John Girard and Leif-Olof Wallin (April 2011) The Gartner report points out that,”by 3Q10, there were more than 30 global smartphone vendors and more than 10 mobile operating-system platforms, although the top four (Apple, Android, RIM and Symbian) control 89% of the total market. Most adopting companies that had previously standardized on a mobile platform (for example, BlackBerry in Nort... (more)

GISUser.com GIS Data, news, jobs, software tips, mashup news – Developing Location Based Services (LBS) Mobile Applications

So maybe you have a new fabulous idea for a Location Based Services (LBS) mobile application. Or, you are looking to migrate or extend your non-mobile Web presence to mobile. Where do you begin and what questions should you ask? Let’s demystify the landscape a little and maybe help frame some of the questions you should ask, before you embark: How Does the Mobile Market Look in April 2011 Confusing in a word. Lets break it down: 1. Hardware – we have had now two years of multiple smart phone releases and recently the launch of tablets; dominated at present by Apples IPad. 2. Soft... (more)

RIM rolls out BlackBerry WebWorks SDK 2.0 with PlayBook launch

In tandem with last week’s North American retail release of its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) introduced its BlackBerry WebWorks SDK 2.0 for Tablets and Smartphones as well as the final version of its Tablet OS SDK for Adobe AIR, promising developers new tools to streamline and enhance their application projects. BlackBerry WebWorks 2.0 separates JavaScript APIs from the OS–according to RIM, the new architecture makes it easier to modify and expand existing APIs for packaging with WebWorks apps and also simplify the addition of new APIs. The BlackBe... (more)