I was recently introduced to a published draft by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) from the U.S. Department of Commerce which talks about assessing the threats to mobile devices & infrastructure. The document discusses the Mobile Threat Catalogue which describes, identifies and structures the threats posed to mobile information systems.
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At Red Hat Mobile, we have been working hard over the last several months on exciting new technologies. Today we are happy to announce the general availability of Red Hat Mobile Application Platform 4.0.
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Parse, which is part of Facebook just announced that they are shutting down their Mobile-Backend-as-a-Service (MBaaS). Parse’s cloud hosted MBaaS will be fully retired in a year, on January 28, 2017. The company is asking their users to start their mobile app migration plans and is offering an open source Parse-compatible Node.js/Express API server and a tool for database migration. Trending Developer community feedback is mixed, it includes kudos from many because they are offering an open source path forward, something that of course we welcome at Red Hat.
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Over two years ago I wrote about the intersection of mobile and cloud. Since then the relevance of these two technologies continues to be critical to business and IT strategy.
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