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Mobile BI Design Framework: Making the Case for Small

In mobile business intelligence (BI) design, the “case for small” stems from the need to effectively manage performance and response time for mobile experiences. The concept has nothing to do with smaller screens or device sizes. Instead, it deals with the delivery of the content onto those screens. (more…)

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Mobile BI Design Framework: Performance with a User Focus

When we discuss performance in mobile business intelligence (BI), we often talk about two components: response time and availability. I discussed the response time in detail in Mobile BI Design Framework: The Art of Performance. Today, I want to expand on availability.

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Top 10 Signs Your Users Are Mobile Ready

Whether you’re planning a project for a mobile business app or developing a mobile business intelligence (BI) strategy, it’s critical to gauge your users’ overall mobile readiness. Even though sales of mobile devices continue to increase, some mobile users show chronic use of PC-era habits.

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10 Mobile BI Strategy Questions: Support Infrastructure

Of all the questions discussed in the developing of a mobile business intelligence (BI) strategy, the question of support infrastructure is often left to the end or even considered the least important. I often hear the argument: “If we can’t deliver it on time, nothing else matters. So, let’s not worry about it now.” (more…)

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10 Mobile BI Strategy Questions: Design

When the term design is used in mobile business intelligence (BI), it often refers to the user interface (UI). However, when I consider the question of design in developing a mobile BI strategy, I go beyond what a report or dashboard looks like.

As I wrote in “Mobile BI” Doesn’t Mean “Mobile-Enabled Reports,” when designing a mobile BI solution, we need to consider all facets of user interactions and take a holistic approach in dealing with all aspects of the user experience. Here are three areas of design to consider when developing a mobile BI strategy.

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