Inside IT: Intel’s Cross-Platform Enterprise Mobile Application Framework

August 6th, 2013 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 55 – Emerging technologies are creating great new opportunities in the enterprise. Context-aware computing and new interaction methods like perceptual computing promise increased productivity and greater collaboration. But they also create new challenges that need to be met in order to leverage them to the fullest. Intel IT has developed an enterprise mobile application framework to support cross- platform mobile application development. It’s designed to give developers the necessary tools to take advantage of the latest technologies and platforms. In this podcast we hear from Krishnan Saikrishnan Manager in Intel’s Information Technology Group, and Arijit Bandyopadhyay, Enterprise Architect in the IT Strategy Architecture and Innovation Group. They outline the development and deployment of the framework, the challenges they faced implementing it, and the benefits it brings to the entire enterprise.


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