Someone wise once said that life only moves forward, and this also applies to technology. The landscape changes quicker than ever, and will only continue to do so. That requires us to be constantly on our feet and embrace the change, so we have a chance to grow too.
With increasing internet coverage and the growing need for remote workers, Bring-Your-Own-Device programs naturally became the next step in the technological landscape. In this article, we will look at the state of BYOD today, address one of its biggest challenges, security, and provide you with concrete tips on how to improve security of your BYOD program, with the help of Resco.
2016 was full of new stories, innovations, changes, and surprises. This challenging year has almost finished and we have to proudly announce that it was a powerful year for Resco. Each company sets certain targets since the very beginning of every year. However, sometimes, this journey does not go as smoothly as expected. Nevertheless, we can say that Resco had a prosperous year all the way through from January until December. Here are some of the most important moments Resco experienced in 2016: Continue reading
The end of 2016 is coming up fast, meaning there is no better time to engage in a time-honoured new year tradition: making predictions for the upcoming year, 2017!
The App Economy & its Path to $166 Billion
“The slate of apps this year brought the perfect mix of business utility and the clean interfaces that you see in the best consumer apps.” Those are the words of Carson Conant, the CEO of Mediafly who was also the chairman of the judging panel in this year’s Tabby Awards (which named Resco Mobile CRM the Best In-the-field Business App for iPad :).
And it got us thinking – are the diminishing differences between consumer and enterprise apps only a one way road? And if not, what are the consumer applications taking from the other side? Continue reading
From the birth of the Apple app store with 800 apps in 2008 to approximately 4 million apps in five major app stores in 2015, mobile application development has become an industry unto itself.
It is an ever-changing landscape. But applications don’t need to adapt merely to new OS versions. Continue reading