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MWC 2012: mHealth and the user – Building trust, creating demand: Panel Discussion

Representatives from Doro, Fjord, SAP, Telefonica and Hospital de St. Pau Barcelona take questions from the floor at the 2012 Mobile World Congress.

MWC 2012: mHealth and the user – Building trust, creating demand: SAP & Hospital de St. Pau Barcelona

Dr. Josep M. Picas, CIO, Hospital de St. Pau Barcelona, and Martin Kopp, VP, Industry Business Unit Healthcare, SAP AG, present at the 2012 GSMA Mobile World Congress.

SAP forges links with app tools makers

Business software company SAP is working with app development tool makers to better enable developers to build apps for its enterprise mobile platform

A new CEO wont help RIM without new thinking

With RIM replacing its co-CEOs, it seems to finally be acknowledging that things need to …

SAP launches enterprise app store

SAP has launched an enterprise app store and a range of new apps for Android, BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Mobile using its Sybase Unwired mobile platform

SAP and Sybase update mobile portfolio

Enterprise computing players SAP and its Sybase subsidiary announced a series of new mobile apps built on the Sybase Unwired Platform, intended to mobilise business processes and business information across key verticals.

WAC adds 10 new members to tally

The Wholesale Applications Community added 10 additional members to its roster, taking the total to 68 in the lead-up to the GSMA Mobile World Congress.

The challenges of mobilising enterprise apps

Tony Kueh, Senior Director of Product Management at Sybase, talks to Mobile Apps Briefing about the challenges of deploying mobile applications in the enterprise.

RIM announces revamped developer tools, payment options at 2010 DevCon

Mike Lazaridis, president and co-CEO of Research In Motion, used his keynote address at the 2010 BlackBerry Developer Conference to trumpet momentum for the platform, before introducing a number of new tools and services, telling the audience: “we continue to invest in additional services, to help you monetise and build your business.”

SAP buys Sybase for US5.8B

Germany’s SAP is to buy business software maker Sybase for US$5.8 billion in a move that will significantly ramp up its presence in the smartphone space, reports Reuters.