Mobile

Why UX Matters

By | 2016-12-06T15:47:40+00:00 October 31, 2016|Categories: Fusion Blog|Tags: , , , |

Peter Bartsch, UX Architect As the enterprise is digitally transforming, exceptional UX design is crucial to staying competitive. The essence of good UX is dependent on how the user interacts with the design—usability is vital. We dug deeper into the field of UX with Peter Bartsch, one of our UX Architects, who gave

#AppleVsFBI: Privacy and Security in the Information Age

By | 2016-12-06T15:47:43+00:00 May 1, 2016|Categories: Fusion Blog|Tags: , , , , , |

In February 2016, the FBI obtained a court order compelling Apple to assist in the investigation of the December 2015 San Bernardino terrorist attacks by hacking Syed Rizwan Farook’s government issued iPhone 5c. Relying on a centuries old law which authorizes the United States federal courts to "issue all writs necessary or appropriate in aid

How Android for Work Makes BYOD a Reality

By | 2016-12-06T15:47:53+00:00 March 24, 2015|Categories: Fusion Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Employees are increasingly using the devices, applications, and services that they rely on in their personal lives to get work done. In fact, 90% of enterprises say that the use of consumer services for work is pervasive today (services like Dropbox, Skype, LinkedIn, Google, etc). 41% of the time, these services are being used without

Maven Wave Among Top 5 Google Service Partners at TeamWork 2015

By | 2016-12-06T15:47:53+00:00 March 1, 2015|Categories: Fusion Blog|Tags: , , , , , |

The Maven Wave Google team had the opportunity to spend last week in sunny San Diego at TeamWork 2015. The event included three days of thought leadership, networking, knowledge sharing, and a fun evening on Coronado beach! Google also shared their vision for 2015 and beyond, which is shaped by the real-time input of their

Guiding Technology Trends for 2015

By | 2016-12-06T15:47:53+00:00 January 20, 2015|Categories: Fusion Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

As we settle into 2015 with a fresh outlook and new goals, we have been following some key technology trends that are shaping the future of our client’s businesses, as well as our own. As the technology landscape continues to evolve rapidly, businesses must remain agile and willing to adapt. Changes in mobile, data security,

I Have Seen the Future and It Is…JavaScript?

By | 2016-12-06T15:47:54+00:00 January 20, 2015|Categories: White Papers|Tags: , , , , |

Node.JS takes Javascript, normally used on the browser, and turns it into a powerful, server-side tool. Introduction With the exception of dot-coms and other startups, enterprise web application development has largely been dominated by 2 platforms -- Java or .NET. Sure, other platforms have slipped in here and there but nothing has achieved serious traction.

US Foods

By | 2014-07-16T01:48:34+00:00 June 23, 2014|Categories: Case Studies|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Company Profile US Foods is the 2nd largest food distribution company with over 250,000 customers. It’s customer base consists of restaurants and institutional cafeterias ranging in size from fortune 500 corporations to small “mom and pop” restaurants. Key to developing this market-share is an advanced e-commerce platform that allows customers of all sizes to place

Dremel

By | 2016-03-02T16:22:40+00:00 June 3, 2014|Categories: Case Studies|Tags: , , , , , |

Company Profile Since inventing the high-speed rotary tool more than 75 years ago, Dremel has become the trusted name in high-speed rotary tool technology, providing creative solutions for hands-on professionals, homeowners, craftspeople and artists alike. Business Situation Dremel decided to enter the mobile marketing arena with the launch of a mobile optimized website and interactive

Working Software over Comprehensive Documentation

By | 2016-12-06T15:48:01+00:00 May 15, 2014|Categories: Fusion Blog|Tags: , , , , , , |

"Working software is the measure of progress because there's no other way of capturing the subtleties of the requirements: Documents and diagrams are too abstract to let the user 'kick the tires,'" says Dave Thomas, coauthor of The Pragmatic Programmer (Addison-Wesley, 1999). In Agile, working software is the primary measure of progress, period. Seems simple