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by Jaime Grimes

5 Benefits of GIS Use in Mobile App Development

A Geographic Information System (GIS) captures, stores, analyzes and presents geographical data.

It’s the technology that lets your smartphone, for example, display where a location is on a map.

GIS has been around for some time, but has gained recent prominence with the rise in smartphone and tablet use, particularly…

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by Jaime Grimes

5 Mobile Trends for 2014 (Infographic)

In 2014, we may see mobile payment systems replace credit or debit cards.

With mobile payments (and conversions) on the rise throughout the 2013 holiday season, it’s no surprise that mobile payment systems and virtual wallets will become more common during 2014. Coupled with near field communication – or technology…

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by Jaime Grimes

Teachers and Students Want Mobile Devices in the Classroom

Out with the pencil and paper, in with the smartphones, tablets and laptops. Elementary, middle and high school students already use mobile devices for doing homework and checking assignments, and they believe these devices can improve their education.

Though a substantial portion of students already use mobile devices in the…

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Mobile Strategy and the Cloud: No App Stands Alone

This article is Part 4 of a six-part blog series from our white paper, “Six Critical Questions to Answer Before Your Company Builds a Mobile App.” In our experience, companies should ask themselves six critical questions as a starting point for any mobile app initiative. With answers to these questions…

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by Jaime Grimes

Building an App? Know Your Devices and Platforms First

This article is Part 3 of a six-part blog series from our white paper, “Six Critical Questions to Answer Before Your Company Builds a Mobile App.” In our experience, companies should ask themselves six critical questions as a starting point for any mobile app initiative. With answers to these questions…

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