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"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"
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"Marmalade" presentation at Ciklum event "Defining your Mobile Strategy"

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Building a future-proof mobile strategy. …

Building a future-proof mobile strategy.
As device choices proliferate for consumers, and enterprises embrace the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) ethic, organisations need a mobile strategy founded on a flexible and future-proof platform strategy. Marmalade's CTO Tim Closs has lived in this fragmented and fast-evolving landscape for many years in both the pre-iPhone and post-iPhone eras, and provides a presentation looking at the challenges, choices and effective solutions facing CIOs and CTOs today

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  • Might seem obvious, but we’ll build a picture from the ground up, and quickly set aside the aspects that are apparent or easy to deal with.Look at these one by one, from easy to hard in terms of challenges to face.
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    • 1. Building a future-proofmobile platform strategyTim ClossCTO, Marmalade
    • 2. Where to?18-Apr-13 ©2012 Marmalade. Trademarks belong to their respective owners. All rights reserved. 2
    • 3. Marmalade and Ciklum• Working together since summer 2011• Core team of 13: software engineers, test engineers, PM• Use Project Office for app porting projects• CIS sales head18-Apr-13
    • 4. What do we mean by mobile platform?“A mechanism for enabling mobile interaction with your business”Could cover any or all of:• Applications• Documents• Email• Web content (e.g. intranet)• Media (video, audio)18-Apr-13
    • 5. Standard content, standard platformsDocumentsSaaS such as Google Docs; existing mobile clients.EmailCloud platforms such as Exchange, Google Apps, IMAP; existing mobileclients.Web content (e.g. intranet)Device browser, standard firewall controls.Media (video, audio)Through browser.Standard. Future-proof.18-Apr-13
    • 6. ApplicationsThe richest way of driving mobile interaction with your business.This is the key platform area to solve.• Need to provision my apps across devices• Need my app to deliver a good user experience• Need my app to be scalable across users• Need my app to run across different devices• Need my app to be efficiently developed and updated• Need my app to be secure• Need my app to have high availability• Need all of these to be future-proof in a fast-moving landscape18-Apr-13
    • 7. Applications: ProvisioningB2C – use standard app stores.B2B – use standard app stores!• iOS Developer Enterprise Program• Google Play Private Channel• BlackBerry App World Enterprise18-Apr-13
    • 8. Applications: Dual PersonalityFor BYOD, can employees keep theirconsumer and corporate worlds distinct?• BlackBerry Balance / Secure Work Space• Extension to BES 10 (BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10)• Supports iOS, Android, BlackBerry 10… features differ18-Apr-13
    • 9. Applications: Secure and Available• Client-side data security supported by OS.• Communication security through standard comms protocols.• Server-side security through standard web services.Standard. Future-proof.18-Apr-13
    • 10. Applications: The real platform issue…How to balance all of these:• Need my app to deliver a good user experience• Need my app to run across different devices• Need my app to be efficiently developed and updated18-Apr-13
    • 11. Applications: The server side• Standard web servers and databases.• Standard client-server protocols.• SaaS vendors with mobile-tailored offerings.Standard. Future-proof.BaaS (“Back-End as a Service”) platforms … Parse, Kinvey, Cocoafish (Appcelerator)18-Apr-13
    • 12. Applications: The client side Native SDKs Marmalade Performance Xamarin Appcelerator PhoneGap / Hybrid HTML5 Standards-based Proprietary18-Apr-13
    • 13. Applications: Client-side decision tree Do I need platform-native UI widgets? NO YES Assume prefer a single codebase Do I need a single codebase? NO YES Prefer standards or UX? Preferred language? Standards UX JavaScript C# HTML5 / Marmalade Appcelerator Xamarin PhoneGap Native SDKs18-Apr-13
    • 14. Summary“A mechanism for enabling mobile interaction with your business”• Apps are the interesting problem to solve• Server-side largely dealt with: web standards, and BaaS vendors• Client-side presents a decision tree that varies with your needs. Thanks. tim@marmalademail.com www.madewithmarmalade.com18-Apr-13

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