Unlike the iPhone or iPod, in my mind the advantages of going Mac over the competition just weren’t as clear. That is until the operating system Mac OS X ‘Mountain Lion’ was released. I have been converted.
Archive for the ‘mobile technology’ Category
Everyone has reason to be concerned with any form of online transaction. As a mobile retailer, there security options for your mobile payments.
Reviews are something we used to rely on before we downloaded an App, surely it must be a good indication as to how good an App is! Not necessarily, as we found out once we started developing our own apps and were on the receiving end of reviews.
I interviewed Alex Schregardus of Xyndi Ltd about his new app “visitorM” – his start-up experience and idea behind setting up the app and which market sectors it is ideal for
Oprah endorsed the iPad in her TOP 2010 things to love. The iPad and other tablets have become an important aspect of productivity and working on the move.
There are so many questions that you need to ask before pressing ahead with your app development project that it is easy to overlook some of the most important ones. To some these will be obvious, but to others it could be the difference between a good and a bad experience. I cannot stress enough how important it is, before getting an app, to spend as much time as possible on the preparation and logistics of your app with your developer.
With the announcement that Facebook (FB) are launching an app store, it has become vividly apparent, in my opinion, that [...]
When you hear the word “App” mentioned, do you know what is being referred to? It could depend on the context in which the word was used, but if it is predicated by words like “iPhone”, “Android”, Smartphone”, or “Mobile” you would expect it to mean something very specific; in that context, the “App” would be a mobile device app that you would download from the iTunes AppStore or the Android Market and install on your smartphone.
Creating a fantastic App is easy with the right developer, but creating a fantastic app that gets noticed and downloaded is another challenge altogether. You may have created the world’s greatest app, an app that will have a massive impact on everyone’s lives, but unless they know about it, it’s just another app in a sea of several hundred thousand other apps.
Anne Brady of Dublin based practice, Anne Brady McQuillans DFK, was one of the first Irish accountancy practices to move completely to the cloud two years ago. In this interview, I ask about her experiences of moving the practice to the cloud and the operational benefits that it brings.