Hybrid Mobile-Cloud Computing: Driving the Future of Enterprise Mobility
Hybrid Mobile-Cloud Computing: Driving the Future ofEnterprise MobilityReport Details:Published:November 2012No. of Pages: 16Price: Single User License – US$1995Hybrid Mobile Cloud (HMC) computing represents a systems in which a local, native mobileapplication with a great user interface, is married with cloud computing to provide an intelligentand scalable solution that is better than either native mobile app alone or an HTML5-only cloudcomputing application.Our research defines the roles of mobile and cloud computing in the enterprise today and providesa vision for how HMC computing will develop into a new paradigm that will become dominantwithin the next few years.This report provides visibility into how HMC computing enables enterprise IT management todeploy customer-facing applications and become a more valued strategic asset for theorganization. The analysis focuses on the impact of mobile becoming the primary channel forcustomers interaction most organizations. The report also provides recommendations forenterprise IT leadership regarding best integration practices for HMC computing within a corporateenvironment.Target Audience:•Cloud service providers•Mobile network operators•Mobile application developers•Next generation computing companies•Computer and semiconductor companiesGet your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/207046-hybrid-mobile-cloud-computing-driving-the-future-of-enterprise-mobility.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report include
Table Of Contents1. Executive Summary1.1. Definition of Hybrid Mobile-Cloud (HMC) computing 11.2. Role of native apps and cloud in enterprise computing 11.3. Developing for HMC computing 11.4. HMC leads to IT leadership both internally & externally 12. Introduction 12.1. Background on cloud & mobile computing 12.2. Mobile at the center of the users experience 12.3. Introduce the concept of Hybrid Mobile Computing (HMC) 13. The New Mobile Agenda: Internal & External Facing Information Technology 23.1.1. Past: internally facing IT for employees 23.1.2. Future: externally facing IT for customers 24. Mobile Application Platforms 34.1.1. Apple iOS 34.1.2. Google Android 34.1.3. Microsoft Windows Phone 44.1.4. RIM BlackBerry 10 45. Cloud Computing 45.1.1. Differences between cloud and server-based computing 55.1.2. Basics of mobile application development 126.96.36.199. Challenges of working with a small screen 188.8.131.52. Cant simply pour a web design into mobile 184.108.40.206. Have to design the mobile environment 65.1.3. Definition of HMC computing 66. Native Apps vs. HTML5 . 66.1.1. Definitions of HTML5 & native 66.1.2. HTML5 standards development 76.1.3. Capabilities of HTML5 in mobile 76.1.4. Tradeoffs of using HTML5 (with browser) and native 76.1.5. Recommendations 87. Smartphone vs. Tablet Development 87.1.1. Smartphone development 87.1.2. Why it works OK on tablets 87.1.3. Requirements for tablet development 8
7.1.4. How smartphone and tablet apps are different 88. Hybrid Mobile Cloud Architecture 98.1.1. Overall architecture 220.127.116.11.1. A coordination between local, native mobile app and the cloud 18.104.22.168.2. How native mobile works with the cloud 98.1.2. HMC Architecture Features 22.214.171.124.1. Local, offline operation 126.96.36.199.2. Connecting 188.8.131.52.3. Via Wi-Fi 184.108.40.206.4. Via Wireless Broadband (3G/4G) 220.127.116.11.5. User interface design 18.104.22.168.6. Wire frames 108.1.3. Designing HMC solutions 22.214.171.124.1. The mobile component 126.96.36.199.2. The cloud component 188.8.131.52.3. The HMC integration 184.108.40.206.4. Dealing with smartphone and tablet expressions of the HMC solution 118.1.4. Deployment and management of HMC solutions 220.127.116.11.1. Mobile device management (MDM) 18.104.22.168.2. Internal, employee facing HMC 22.214.171.124.3. External, customer facing HMC 119. HMC as a Strategic Asset 129.1.1. The changing roles of enterprise IT 126.96.36.199.1. From internally facing role to accommodate employees mobile requirements 188.8.131.52.2. To externally facing role that accommodate mobile access by customers 129.1.2. HMC enables IT management to leverage customer interaction 129.1.3. HMC enables IT to help the CEO deliver mobile services to customers 129.1.4. HMC helps drive the 21st century highly interactive organization 1210. The Future of HMC Services 1210.1.1. Becoming a standard way to develop serious enterprise apps 1210.1.2. Can support internal as well as external 1210.1.3. Least cost smart routing for data communications 1210.1.4. Reduced number of mobile platforms 1210.1.5. Possible merger of notebook and mobile 1211. Conclusions 1211.1.1. HMC is the way forward for enterprise IT 1211.1.2. HMC will become widely adopted 1211.1.3. HMC will allow enterprise ITs role in the organization to grow 12
11.1.4. HMC will enable customers to have better experiences interacting with organizations 12List Of FiguresFigure 1. Enterprise IT now has both internal and external responsibilitiesFigure 2. Native mobile apps provide a great local experience on the smartphone or tablet withoutany cloud interactionFigure 3. Cloud based applications use a browser on the users machine (PC, smartphone ortablet)Figure 4. Hybrid mobile cloud based applications that provide a good local user experience pluscloud servicesContact: email@example.com for more information.