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Weekly Mobile Scoop – 7-29-14 – Connecting Doctors and Patients with Hospital Apps

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MOBILE HEALTH: Connecting Doctors and Patients with Mobile Hospital Apps
According to a the 2014 HIMSS Analytics survey only 35% of healthcare providers offer some kind of mobile app, yet many elite health systems are getting on board. Good mobile hospital apps can deliver a means to […]

By |July 29th, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments

Connecting Doctors and Patients with Mobile Hospital Apps

It’s 2 AM and your child is burning up with a fever. As a parent, you are doing whatever you can to cool them down, and bring them some comfort. You wish you could call someone for advice, but the world is sound asleep around you. Your smartphone is […]

By |July 29th, 2014|Categories: Mobile App Development|Tags: |0 Comments

Weekly Mobile Scoop – 7-22-14 – The Psychology of Fitness Apps

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MOBILE HEALTH: The Psychology of Fitness Apps
With the popularity of fitness devices, such as Fitbit and Jawbone, skyrocketing, many have been using the devices as much as a fashion accessory as a fitness device. There are even statistics to suggest the possibility of a placebo effect […]

By |July 22nd, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments

The Psychology of Fitness Apps

I recently had coffee with an old friend – she was sporting a brand new Fitbit watch she had purchased a few weeks prior and was clearly very proud of. “So, what can it do? What’s the functionality?”- I wondered. “I don’t have the slightest idea!” – was my […]

Weekly Mobile Scoop – 7-15-14 – Samsung Tablet vs iPad: Who Will Conquer the Mobile Consumer?

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MOBILE VIEWPOINT: Samsung Tablet vs iPad – Who Will Conquer the Mobile Consumer?
The device war between iPad and Samsung tablet has been raging for some time, and consumers have been split between the OS. Samsung has been one of the premiere Android device vendors to go up against […]

By |July 15th, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments

Samsung Tablet vs iPad – Who Will Conquer the Mobile Consumer?

As an avid mobile device user, I’ve been struggling with my Samsung tablet for the past 3 months.  While the experience hasn’t been all bad, I found myself just recently saying that I needed to go back to an iPad. In fact the Samsung tablet vs iPad war has […]

Weekly Mobile Scoop – 7-8-14 – Free DIY Course: Building Branded Hospital Apps

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MOBILE LEARNING: Free DIY Video Course: Building Branded Hospital Apps
Patient engagement is one of the key efforts of hospitals today, and as such, MobileSmith has created and launched a free, new video course on how to build beautiful, branded hospital apps to facilitate this engagement. In […]

By |July 8th, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments

Weekly Mobile Scoop – 7-1-14 – Internal Apps Boost Enterprise Security in BYOD World

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MOBILE SECURITY: 3 Tips for Delivering Secure Internal Apps in BYOD Environment
67% of workers use personal mobile devices at work, pushing businesses to examine related security concerns as part of the new BYOD workplace culture. The susceptibility of sensitive company information to untrusted third party applications […]

By |July 1st, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments

3 Tips on Delivering Secure Internal Apps in a BYOD Environment

The BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) culture is quickly conquering the workplace. 67% of workers bring their smartphones to work already, so enabling workers to use their own devices allows them to be productive, even outside of work hours. The issue for executives are the third-party apps workers bring […]

Weekly Mobile Scoop – 6-24-14 – U.S. Navy To Build Mobile Apps With MobileSmith

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MOBILE NEWS: NAVAIR will Use MobileSmith to Build Mobile Apps for the U.S. Navy
MobileSmith has signed a new agreement with Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) enabling the Navy to use MobileSmith’s app development platform to design, develop and deliver secure mobile apps for their military needs. With a private, secure […]

By |June 24th, 2014|Categories: Weekly Mobile Scoop|Tags: |0 Comments