Different organizations are using tablets differently. Patterns for mobile access to corporate applications can be quite varied and even change dramatically as employees adopt new devices and usage.
With the Framehawk Platform it is easy to quickly and securely deploy new and existing applications to mobile users in a wide variety of ways. As we work with large organizations, we find that there are generally a few common starting points. We have outlined the three most common patterns we have seen to date in the section below. You can drill down for more detailed information on each.
Framehawk enables you to quickly mobilize any high-value existing application. No redevelopment of the application is required. Applications can be any existing thick client or Web application.
Framehawk’s smart client allows you to touch- and gesture-enable the application automatically, with support for a fine-grained, offset mouse and multiple virtual or physical keyboards (including a full desktop keyboard). Learn more >
With Framehawk, you can launch a single app on the mobile device that allows access to all required corporate applications, including line-of-business applications, productivity tools, and SaaS services.
Framehawk supports single sign-on (SSO) with integration into the corporate identity provider for ease-of-use and security.
Each application or SaaS service has its own delineated workspace. Navigation between applications requires only a swipe. Additional Web apps and SaaS services are easily configured and added into the workspace.
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Framehawk makes it easier to deliver mobile-oriented, Web-based applications developed in environments such as HTML5, since new applications can be deployed without concerns over security, performance, or the typical challenges of browser inconsistencies.
Developers can use their preferred development environment and preferred target browser with no specific knowledge of the Framehawk environment required.
Additionally, Framehawk’s APIs expose valuable services for developers to take advantage of, such as Single Sign-On.
Certain classes of applications will require capabilities from the mobile device itself, such as local storage, location services, access to the camera, etc., and so Framehawk has an SDK that allows you to develop native iOS applications that can still take advantage of Framehawk cloud-based services. Learn more >