Home Energy gets smarter as Mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) intersect

A recent case study from an innovative energy company based in Ireland reveals one of the many aspects of how we can use mobile and connected devices to better manage something as mundane but essential as improving the management of hot water consumption and heating.  

Handling an Avalanche of Beer Apps

When FeedHenry was acquired by Red Hat a few years ago it was a very exciting time for our team. Something that was little more than an idea in 2010 had turned into a very impressive tech stack that managed to combine mobile and Node.js – two very hot technologies. Nearly two years later we are firmly integrated within Red Hat, the product has been rebranded as Red Hat Mobile Application Platform, and we are now recognized as a visionary in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Mobile Application Development Platforms (MADP).

Let’s go mobile at the Red Hat Summit

Excited about attending the Red Hat Summit, I take a quick look at the sessions on the Mobility & IoT Track.  These sessions cover the spectrum by introducing the attendees to innovative solutions as well as sharing experience based insight on how the mobile platform has been integrated with enterprise backend systems. 

Launching 4.0 – Taking Enterprise Mobility to the Next Level

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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.

Digital transformation: why ‘business as usual’ is no longer good enough

Just as the industrial revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries changed our way of life with machines, digital transformation is set to disrupt today’s organizations beyond recognition. Previously successful models will be rendered obsolete; indeed, businesses that have grown up with rigid, structured legacy technologies built around predictable, repeatable steps may find themselves under threat from “digital Darwinism”.