Mobile Apps

Here’s What Mobile Apps Will Look Like in 2015

Original post by JEANNE CAPACHIN via AmericanBanker This article is from the annual FinTech Forward special report. Only a handful of banks and credit unions aren’t offering mobile banking now. Yet, investment remains a high priority as we move into 2015. Where are today’s investment dollars being spent, and what are the investment priorities that we see […]

Major banks ready their own mobile payment apps

Original post by Martyn Williams via PCWorld Several major national and international banks are planning to launch their own mobile payments apps next year. The banks would be major competitors to handset makers Apple and Google because unlike others pushing mobile wallet technology, such as mobile phone carriers and retailers, they already have an intimate relationship with […]

Five free mobile apps every IT professional needs

Original post by Franklin Morris via PCWorld Apple CEO Tim Cook recently proclaimed that he did 80 percent of his work on an iPad. While most IT professionals aren’t quite that far along in terms of mobile adoption, it’s clear that the landscape of IT is shifting toward mobile, even for some frontline IT tasks. Much of […]

Mobile Apps 2015: 5 Predictions of How Apps Will Change

Original post by VB Mobile apps have become tablestakes both for B2B and B2C. Yet, just because apps are now seen as essential to any digital strategy, it doesn’t mean we can get comfortable. Change is constant. Brands will need to continually adapt as both technology and the marketplace suggest new directions. As we head into 2015, we […]

14 top tips for hackathon success

By  Kirsty.Cooke  Taking part in a hack day? As we have recently emerged, triumphant but tired, from a pretty successful hacking event, the FusePump team are pleased to present this handy guide for hackathon victory… 1. Know your client The FusePump Hackathon was carried out in partnership with an existing client, Chain Reaction Cycles. (We used their data […]