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MQTT Could Reshape Enterprise Wireless; Even Facebook Messenger is a Fan

IBM and Eurotech have contributed software to the Eclipse Foundation to support communications among the next wave of smartphones and wireless devices. Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT), already in use for Facebook Messenger, is a scalable protocol to easily and quickly connect data from devices with low CPU, memory and limited bandwidth access, officials said.

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Black Box SmartPath Moves Wireless LAN Management to the Cloud

It’s not just mobile that benefits from the cloud. WAN management and Wi-Fi is leveraging the cloud with the launch of SmartPath Enterprise Wireless from Black Box Corp., a communications SI.  The device is 802.11n technology that migrates WLAN management to the cloud, and will also make it easier to upgrade to Wi-Fi.

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‘Code Signing’ is Securing Mobile Apps for Enterprises, Consumers

Smartphone app downloads will likely top 6 billion for 2010 when all the numbers are crunched, according to ABI Research.  With mobile apps poised to continue to proliferate for consumer and enterprise use, “code signing’ is becoming a crucial way to authenticate and control mobile apps. 

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Evans 2010 Cloud Developer Survey Reveals Top Requirements, Trends

Developers looking for private or public cloud solutions have top two requirements -- security and reliability, according to the just-released 2010 Cloud Development Survey from Evans Data Corp. IDN speaks with Evans’ CEO Janel Garvin about other key survey findings.

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MobiForms Developer Toolset Links PDA to MySQL DBs

MobiForms 4.05 mobile development tool recently added support for linking wireless PDAs to MySQL databases. The update now adds MySQL to other popular enterprise databases, including Oracle, Sybase, IBM DB2, SQLite, and even Open Source HSQLDB Notably, MobiForms 4.05 bundles a free copy of HSQLDB for server, standalone or mobile database applications.

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Avoid Mobile Enterprise Dev Hazards - I

Devs facing the task of mobilizing their existing applications need to adjust their current enterprise integration approach, according to a growing number of enterprise wireless experts, IDN gets top advice for senior mobile dev execs from Intel, IBM and others in this 2-part series.

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Survey: Evans Reveals Mobile Dev Concerns

A recent Evans Data study of mobile devs looks at the pros, cons and common practices for wireless development. The survey comes as JavaOne planners have lined up a wide array of wireless event programs. Among the tidbits: (1) devs are building apps for both intermittent connections as well as always-on apps; and (2) devs care less about the number of handsets deployed than about features. Get a glimpse of mobile dev concerns and trends in Evans 2005 mobile dev survey.

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Avoid 6 'Gotchas' in Enterprise Mobile Dev

Mobilizing enterprise data and apps requires a different mindset than traditional client/server projects, according to enterprise wireless experts from Intel, IBM and other leading providers of wireless and mobile dev solutions. IDN reveals the Top 6 tips for spotting potential wireless gotchas, and how to avoid them.

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Avoid 6 'Gotchas' in Enterprise Mobile Dev

Mobilizing enterprise data and apps requires a different mindset than traditional client/server projects, according to enterprise wireless experts from Intel, IBM and other firms speaking at last week's SD 2004 Best Practices event in Boston. IDN reveals the Top 6 tips for spotting potential wireless gotchas, and how to avoid them.

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Enterprise Wireless Catching a Wave?

Growth in wireless IT development has been plagued by false starts for years. But now, a recent survey by Evans Data Corp. suggests there may be hope. J2ME development is at a new high, and has grown by 33% in just six months, fueled by fewer porting hassles and more devices for the Java mobile runtime. Hear what all the buzz is about in wireless IT.

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Palm Eyes Better Wireless, Enterprise Integration

Execs at the maker of famed handheld Palm are hoping their latest Palm OS upgrades and expanded dev tools will jumpstart a new wave of enterprise development projects for wireless and integrated web services. See where Palm execs hope that better thin client support, and improved tools for Java, .NET and legacy devs, may give Palm devs a winning hand.

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Proposed Spec To Let Web Services Go Wireless

During this week's Intel Developer Forum, Intel, Microsoft, BEA Systems, and Cannon will propose WS-Discovery, a new web service spec that will describe ways for devices to find and connect to conventional, wired Web services. The spec, to be called WS-Discovery, would work with both .NET and Java-based wireless devices.

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