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IBM z Systems Integration Guide for the Hybrid Cloud and API Economy
Mobile

Redpaper, published 27 Feb 2017

Today, organizations are responding to market demands and regulatory requirements faster than ever by extending their applications and data to new digital applications. This drive to deliver new functions at speed paved the way for a huge growth in cloud applications, such as those applications hosted in IBM® Bluemix®. One of the most common ways to integrate cloud applications with enterprise application logic and business data is the use of application programming interfaces (APIs). By extending enterprise applications to form a hybrid cloud environment, you can capitalize on investments ... [more]


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IBM z Systems: The Heart of the Mobile and API Economy
Mobile

Point-of-View, published 15 Jul 2016

Digital channels are the primary way to start consumer and business engagements by providing accessibility to a global audience and a cost-effective means to conduct business. In recent years, mobile devices became the preferred way in which consumers, business partners, and employees interact with companies and each other. The of mobile users sets the expectation that information is at their fingertips whenever they require it. Increasingly, this information must be the right information, delivered in context, and almost certainly drawn from multiple sources to enhance the mobile user’s ... [more]


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Securing Your Mobile Mainframe
z Systems

Point-of-View, published 29 Dec 2015

To achieve business goals today, Systems of Record (SoR) that are serving transactional and data services must interface with Systems of Engagement (SoE) that are increasingly represented by mobile devices. System security and integrity is an IBM commitment and a focus for this Point of View. This document is for businesses that are interested in end-to-end security from the mobile device to the transactional end point. The following critical topics are covered: - Secured mobile transaction challenges - The mainframe as the backbone for secure mobile workloads - The four pillars of security ... [more]


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The Future will be... Worn
Mobile

Point-of-View, published 15 May 2015

Wearable technology has exploded in popularity in recent years as the devices have grown smaller and better able to interact with other systems. Experts envision global sales of wearables hitting $30 billion by 2018. Today's market is dominated by devices for personal fitness and wellness, but other wearables segments (health and medical, infotainment, and military-industrial) are catching up fast. Tomorrow’s wearable innovations will likely emerge from efforts to overcome today’s technological inhibitors, such as the need for better and smaller power sources and greater security. IBM® ... [more]


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IBM MobileFirst in Action for mGovernment and Citizen Mobile Services
Mobile

Redpaper, published 15 Apr 2015

Mobile technology is changing the way government interacts with the public anytime and anywhere. mGovernment is the evolution of eGovernment. Like the evolution of web applications, mobile applications require a process transformation, and not by simply creating wrappers to mobile-enable existing web applications. This IBM® Redpaper™ publication explains what the key focus areas are for implementing a successful mobile government, how to address these focus areas with capabilities from IBM MobileFirst™ enterprise software, and what guidance and preferred practices to offer the IT ... [more]


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Extending SAP Solutions to the Mobile Enterprise with IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation
Mobile

Redpaper, published 24 Feb 2015

SAP solutions provide a rich set of composable application modules, and configurable functional capabilities that are expected from a comprehensive enterprise business application software suite. Enabling mobile access to SAP business functions and data for enterprise clients, employees, and business partners is a typical requirement for SAP projects. This IBM® Redpaper™ publication describes the benefits of the IBM MobileFirst™ Platform Foundation security framework, which is an essential building block of the IBM MobileFirst platform. This paper also discusses key capabilities in IBM ... [more]


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Extending IBM Business Process Manager to the Mobile Enterprise with IBM Worklight
Smarter Process

Redbooks, published 13 Feb 2015

In today's business in motion environments, workers expect to be connected to their critical business processes while on-the-go. It is imperative to deliver more meaningful user engagements by extending business processes to the mobile working environments. This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides an overview of the market forces that push organizations to reinvent their process with Mobile in mind. It describes IBM Mobile Smarter Process and explains how the capabilities provided by the offering help organizations to mobile-enable their processes. This book outlines an approach that ... [more]


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IBM z13 for Mobile Applications
z Systems

Solution Guide, published 14 Jan 2015

In today’s mobile era, over 10 billion devices are accessing information. Enterprises are challenged with integrating new mobile services with existing organizational processes, without sacrificing the client’s experience. Approximately 70% of all enterprise transactions involve IBM® z Systems™. This IBM Redbooks® Solution Guide describes how the new IBM z13™ with its enhanced data processing capabilities can play an important role by providing the secure and stable base that you need to extend your existing enterprise data and transactions to mobile ... [more]


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Unleash the Benefits of IBM Mobile Smarter Process with IBM Business Process Manager and IBM MobileFirst Platform
Smarter Process

Solution Guide, published 16 Dec 2014

In today’s business in motion environments, workers expect to be connected to their critical business processes while on-the-go. It is imperative to deliver more meaningful user engagements by extending business processes to the mobile working environments. This IBM® Redbooks® Soultion Guide explains how organizations can improve the time-to-value to mobile-enabled their processes. It describes the architectural patterns for exposing business processes to mobile ... [more]


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IBM System z in a Mobile World: Providing Secure and Timely Mobile Access to the Mainframe
z Systems

Redbooks, published 26 Nov 2014

Today, organizations engage with customers, business partners, and employees who are increasingly using mobile technology as their primary general-purpose computing platform. These organizations have an opportunity to fully embrace this new mobile technology for many types of transactions, including everything from exchanging information to exchanging goods and services, from employee self-service to customer service. With this mobile engagement, organizations can build new insight into the behavior of their customers so that organizations can better anticipate customer needs and gain a ... [more]


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Enhance and Extend SAP Solutions with Best-in-Class IBM Enterprise Software
Mobile

Solution Guide, published 12 Oct 2014

SAP is a market leader in enterprise business application software. SAP solutions provide a rich set of composable application modules, and configurable functional capabilities which are expected from a comprehensive enterprise business application software suite. In most cases, companies that adopt SAP software remain heterogeneous enterprises running both SAP and non-SAP systems to support their business processes. This IBM® Redbooks® Soultion Guide explains the value of integrating IBM software with SAP solutions. It describes, at a high level, the IBM Reference Architecture for SAP which ... [more]


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Supporting Mobile and Sensing Solutions with IBM Intelligent Pervasive Platform
Mobile

Redpaper, published 17 Jul 2014

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication describes the IBM Intelligent Pervasive Platform and IBM Intelligent Pervasive Platform Sensor Extender. Intelligent Pervasive Platform (IPP) enables you to create mobile applications that seamlessly deliver customized information and services to mobile users, based on their profile and location data. IPP Sensor Extender (based on IPP) supports the collection and standardization of sensing device data from sensor platforms that consist of sensing devices, packaging devices, and gateways. After standardization, the sensing device data can be forwarded to other ... [more]


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IBM MobileFirst Strategy Software Approach
Mobile

Redbooks, published 8 May 2014

IBM® MobileFirst enables an enterprise to support a mobile strategy. With this end-to-end solution, IBM makes it possible for an enterprise to benefit from mobile interactions with customers, with business partners, and in organizations. There are products available from the IBM MobileFirst solution to support management, security, analytics, and development of the application and data platforms in a mobile environment. This IBM Redbooks® publication explores four areas crucial to developing a mobile strategy:

  • Application development
  • Mobile quality management
  • Mobile device ... [more]


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    IBM System z in a Mobile World
    z Systems

    Solution Guide, published 21 Feb 2014

    Today, mobile transactions are important to hospital staff collaborating on patient care, supply chain managers optimizing responsiveness to sales orders, and anyone that uses a mobile banking app. Because nearly 70% of all enterprise transactions involve an IBM® System z®, System z can play an important role by providing the secure and stable base that you need to extend your existing enterprise data and transactions to mobile users.


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    Mobile Design Patterns: Push, Don't Pull
    Mobile

    Point-of-View, published 5 Dec 2013

    When it comes to design patterns, the battle between push and pull has been ongoing since the start. Both models have their place. But the authors of this IBM® Redbooks® Point-of-View article, including IBM WebSphere® VP Jerry Cuomo, argue that in many situations, pushing data to users as it changes can consume far fewer resources than a conventional pull pattern. The fact is that mobile users often pull (query) data that has not changed, putting needless strain on server and network resources. So the authors suggest pushing the most popular data to users’ devices proactively, whenever it ... [more]


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    Transform Your Organization into a Mobile Enterprise with IBM Worklight
    Mobile

    Solution Guide, published 9 Oct 2013

    This IBM® Redbooks® Solution Guide focuses on the business transformation to mobile devices. IBM MobileFirst is designed as an end-to-end solution to facilitate your platform and application development, mobile security, mobile device management, and analytics. An essential part of the IBM MobileFirst package is the application platform, IBM Worklight®, which enables applications development, testing, managing, securing, and on-pemises or managed service delivery. Transforming your organization into a mobile enterprise can help you achieve these benefits:
    - Attract new customers, ... [more]


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    Securing Your Mobile Business with IBM Worklight
    Mobile

    Redbooks, published 7 Oct 2013

    The IBM® Worklight® mobile application platform helps you to develop, deploy, host, and manage mobile enterprise applications. It also enables companies to integrate security into their overall mobile application lifecycle. This IBM Redbooks® publication describes the security capabilities offered by Worklight to address mobile application security objectives. The book begins with an overview of IBM MobileFirst and its security offerings. The book also describes a business scenario illustrating where security is needed in mobile solutions, and how Worklight can help you achieve it. This ... [more]


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    Getting Started with IBM Worklight
    Mobile

    Solution Guide, published 26 Aug 2013

    IBM® Worklight is a platform for the development of mobile applications. It consists of five parts: · Worklight Studio. A plug-in that is added to the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE). It provides a development framework for Worklight applications. · Worklight server. An application that runs on an application server. It gives access to deployed Worklight applications. · Worklight console. An application that is distributed with Worklight server. It is used to manage deployed Worklight applications. · Device run time. A collection of application programming interfaces (APIs) ... [more]


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    Enhancing Your Mobile Enterprise Security with IBM Worklight
    Mobile

    Solution Guide, published 20 Aug 2013

    The IBM® Worklight mobile application platform helps organizations develop, deploy, host, and manage mobile enterprise applications. IBM Worklight provides tools for every stage of the mobile application development and deployment process. In addition, IBM Worklight integrates security into the entire mobile application lifecycle. Therefore, the IBM Worklight platform is composed of five main components, which provide a flexible and robust solution for mobile application security. This IBM Redbooks Solution Guide describes the architecture, integration, and use cases of adopting IBM ... [more]


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    Extending Your Business to Mobile Devices with IBM Worklight
    Mobile

    Redbooks, published 9 Aug 2013, last updated 12 Aug 2013

    The mobile industry is evolving rapidly. An increasing number of mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, are sold every year and more people are accessing services from a mobile device than ever before. For an enterprise, this can mean that a growing number of customers, business partners, and even employees now expect to access services on a mobile channel. This opens new opportunities for the business but also presents new challenges, both in terms of business processes and information technology (IT) infrastructure. IBM® Worklight® is an open mobile application platform. It helps ... [more]


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