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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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