Have you ever wondered what being a UX and Graphic Designer is like? Spend a day with B60's Sam Coney as he talks us through the tasks and challenges he has to overcome as a UX Designer for an enterprise app development company.
We are delighted to announce that B60 has been shortlisted for Best Mobile Development House at the 2016 Techies Awards.
Celebrating the best of UK technology innovation and digital disruption, The Techies highlight the industry’s most exciting businesses, individuals and startups. And B60 will compete to become 2016’s Best Mobile Development House in London at the end of the month.
The award, judged by TechWorld’s team of respected experts, will go to the company that is helping brands to build the best mobile apps and mobile software in the UK today.
We're delighted to announce that the B60 Blog has been named as a finalist at the UK Blog Awards 2016. It's set to go head to head with nine other companies to be crowned the Best Digital and Technology Blog of the year. We'd like to thank everyone who voted for us over the past few weeks.
Over 73,000 votes were cast and around 2,000 blogs entered the Annual Awards but B60 has managed to fight off strong competition to make the final 10 of our chosen category. The final awards ceremony will take place on Friday 29th April 2016 at the Park Plaza Hotel, Westminster, London.
2015 was coined as the “Year of the Mobile Device” and it certainly delivered. So looking ahead to the next 12 months, could it become the “Year of the Mobile App”? According to Forrester Research, by the end of 2016, nearly 4.8 billion people across the world will be using a mobile phone. This is opening up unlimited opportunities for businesses in terms of developing mobile applications.
Mobile applications have become a predominant part of our everyday lives. There’s no doubting that 2015 has been a massive year for mobile. Users are starting to demand more from their mobile experiences with mobile apps and websites, and much of 2016 will be about creating more personal engagement with consumers.
2016 will be a huge year for mobile applications. Google is paving the way for apps by making changes to its algorithms and punishing websites that aren’t mobile friendly. Apps are certainly on the rise and businesses need to understand that they must adapt to this new technology or risk playing catch-up with competitors.
Businesses are beginning to realise the importance of an innovative mobile strategy. Mobilising an organisation can prove to be a long and complex procedure, however, with the right strategy, platform and development partner in place, it can turn the most difficult of challenges into a seamless and simple process. So what opportunities do mobile tools offer a business?
2015 has been a big year for wearable technology. It has shown signs of being a success in the consumer market but does it have a place in the enterprise? Wearables have the potential to save businesses time and money and 2016 could see this type of tech being utilised by organisations worldwide.
We're delighted to announce that B60 has been crowned Best App Developer at The 2015 Appsters Awards. The prestigious award recognises an organisation that has been exceptional in all aspects of App Development and we're thrilled that the entire team's efforts and commitment has been rewarded.
Mobile app security has always been one of the most challenging elements when developing an enterprise mobility solution. The amount of coporate data flowing to a number of connected devices can be a real concern for businesses.
B60 CEO Chris Williams spoke to Mobile Application Management (MAM) Company Apperian about the state of mobile app security in the enterprise. He shared the top 5 challenges businesses regularly face and revealed some useful tips on how to solve them:
Empowering a workforce and giving them access to enterprise data is crticial for any organisation. However, before jumping straight into the development of an enterprise mobility solution, it's vital enough time goes into planning and developing the right strategy.