Archive for April 2013
Will APIs Be the Great Enabler of BYOD?

I recently contributed an article to CCI Magazine. Please take a look and share your thoughts!

It’s the stuff of Chief Security Officers’ (CSOs) nightmares. An employee has lost their mobile device on public transportation or perhaps it has been stolen. When this situation occurs CSOs are concerned the device contains corporate data with the potential for exploitation by a non-authorised user. This scenario is a hot topic in any discussion related to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).

How APIs Are Becoming A Key Part Of Your Enterprise Engagement Strategy

I recently posted on BusinessComputingWorld.co.uk. Please take a look and share your thoughts!

Mobile and cloud computing have fundamentally changed the way we interact with the companies we do business with. Today’s consumer and business interactions span different applications, devices and network channels. Customers, partners and employees demand access to business services and data anytime, anywhere, on any device and from any source. APIs are the key to agile and consistent delivery of business services. Instead of building large monolithic applications; enterprises are taking an “API First” approach. All enterprises need a unified platform for the delivery, management and security of APIs. This piece will outline some ways an enterprise API platform can help organisations deliver business services in the new API Economy.