BYOD by the numbers: BYOD can deliver productivity and satisfaction with cost savings

This infographic, based on a recent survey conducted by Intel and ReadWrite, seems to indicate that CIOs view BYOD in productivity and user satisfaction terms over cost savings; but it does not have to be this way …

BYOD infographic

… with Azurati’s Mobile Portal HTML5 mobile application container solution, you can deliver all-inclusive BYOD programs that deliver enterprise mobile applications at a fraction of the cost of traditional native mobile applications with Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions.

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Azurati launches new bespoke HTML5 mobile development service

Azurati HTML5 mobile app development servicesAzurati has today announced a new bespoke HTML5 mobile development service for enterprise customers looking to develop new enterprise mobile applications in HTML5 or converting enterprise applications to HTML5 mobile applications.

Azurati has a strong technical capability in developing world-class enterprise HTML5 applications and is able to compete effectively with attractive day rate costs or fixed cost projects.

HTML5 mobile application development not only costs significantly lower than multi-platform native application development, working with Azurati will also help you to deliver on your promise of BYOD or multi-platform mobile device use.

Azurati is able to offer a complete turnkey end-to-end development service, or we can work with your teams to co-develop ground-breaking HTML5 mobile applications that your enterprise users will love.

Here is a list of HTML5 mobile application development services that we offer:

  • Business requirements gathering
  • Authentication and security analysis
  • Design, architecture and build
  • Testing
  • Support and maintenance
  • Publish to Azurati Mobile Portal container (if required)

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Azurati webinar: Deploying secure HTML5 mobile applications to any mobile device

Friday, January 11, 2013

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Are you considering deploying mobile versions of your enterprise applications, like Microsoft SharePoint or other line of business applications, to your users?

Gartner estimates that by the end of 2014, 70% of companies will have deployed an enterprise mobile or BYOD strategy.

Azurati is a leader in providing secure, cross-platform enterprise mobile applications.  Join this webinar to learn more about how we can help you to deliver on your enterprise mobility strategy.

During the webinar we will talk about:

1. Mobile user authentication and security
2. Mobile-enabling core enterprise systems, like Microsoft SharePoint
3. Developing new HTML5 cross-platform mobile apps faster with Azurati ASAP

Who should attend?
This webinar will appeal to IT professionals, business executives and systems integrators who are looking at deploying secure cross-platform mobile applications to enterprise users.

Title: Deploying secure HTML5 enterprise applications on any mobile device
Date: Wednesday, January 23 2013
Time:     08:00  Los Angeles

11:00  New York

16:00 London

17:00 Paris

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So, was Facebook wrong about HTML5?

When Mark Zuckerberg publicly dumped HTML5 earlier in 2012, saying that ‘it was not ready’, many in the mobile applications development community sighed in disappointment and frustration; including the folks at Sencha, a mobile development platform provider for HTML5 developers.

So, Sencha decided to prove Facebook wrong by building their own replica HTML5 mobile web version of Facebook, called Fastbook that goes to show that it was not HTML5 per se that had previously caused Facebook’s mobile app speed and response times, but probably more to do with how Facebook had originally used HTML5 in their generation 1 mobile application.


“When a team has problems with HTML5, it usually stems from the fact that they take a “website” development approach to building an app, and often don’t use the right tools and architectures for application development. This is what we suspected about the Facebook HTML5 app”, says Jamie Avins of Sencha.

Fastbook is accessed via the mobile device’s browser and is truly impressive.  IOS users can save an application icon/badge to their iPhone/iPad homescreen, so it appears just like other native mobile applications.  It is fast and includes all of the key features of the original Facebook mobile application, but now instantly accessible on all mobile devices and platforms.

Try it for yourself by going to on your mobile device.

FastBook is a great Showcase of the capabilities of HTML5, showing that you can develop fast, feature-rich mobile applications that will work on a single code-base across different mobile platforms.

HTML5 mobile applications in the enterprise
In the enterprise space, Azurati has been promoting the adoption of HTML5 mobile web applications for some time.  HTML5 applications should be considered by CIOs as a viable alternative to native mobile applications, for certain types of enterprise mobile applications.  For a start, mobile web applications do not require expensive Mobile Device Management (MDM) infrastructures.

However HTML5 web applications that require user authentication in the enterprise space suffer from a common issue and that is that the user either needs to bookmark the mobile app (like a website), or the user needs to remember the URL of the mobile app – if using a non-IOS device.  Azurati has come up with a unique solution to this that we call the Azurati Mobile Portal.

Azurati Mobile Portal for HTML5 mobile applications

Azurati users are able to access enterprise HTML5 mobile web applications securely and conveniently from a single mobile portal interface.  Users authenticate themselves once and can then open verified mobile applications from the Mobile Portal with Single Sign-On, providing a more secure solution for IT and a better user experience for the end user.

For further information on how to use development tools like Sencha Touch to publish HTML5 applications to the Azurati Mobile Portal, visit