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A BYOD World in Mobile Enterprise Brings the Need to Adapt
Yesterday brought a lot of news coverage that Cisco has stopped funding and planning its Cius enterprise-grade tablet. Citing “market transitions” in which an increasing number of people bring their own smartphones and tablets to work, Cisco General Manager OJ Winge said in a post on the company's official blog that “Cisco will no longer invest in the Cisco Cius tablet form factor, and no further enhancements will be made to the current Cius endpoint beyond what’s available today.” Employees are ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 29, 2012 11:58 PM

New Detailed Documentation for latest Visual WebGui versions/features
Hi,I know it is a bit late, but better late than... you know how it goes. So here is the detailed documentation of the latest WINWEB version 6.4.0 Release d / .NETHTML5 Beta3. The document is documenting the many new features added to the recent release, but it also touches base with more basic framework functionality. The purpose of the document is to serve Visual WebGui beginners as well as to support more advanced Visual WebGui developers. We decided to release the documentation even that it is ......

Posted On Thursday, May 24, 2012 1:29 AM

Extending applications to HTML5 & Mobile - recorded webinar
Hi,The recording of the webinar we did with Forrester Research recently is now available. At this opportunity I would like to thank Jefferey Hammond of Forrester who did a great job in discussing the Open Web, Cloud computing and Mobility trends and presenting the new development challenges they bring and why organizations need to rethink their application development strategies. The 2nd part of the webinar is a presentation from Gizmox, discussing the Instant CloudMove assessment and transposition ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 16, 2012 7:35 PM

What should we do with our Windows CE/Windows Mobile apps?
I would like to share a post from the Visual WebGui Blog on ASP.NET. The post "The link between Windows CE/Windows Mobile applications, ASP.NET and HTML5" discusses the developer's alternatives when facing the need to update applications that were written for Windows CE and Windows Mobile. If you have written such application you are again facing a critical decision since Microsoft's current mobile platform - Windows Phone has no backwards compatibility to those not so old platforms."(organizations).... ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 9, 2012 6:46 PM

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