CIS 500 Entire Course (Str Course)For more course tutorials visit
www.uoptutorial.comCIS 500 Case Study 1 The Big Data Challenges
CIS 500 Assignment 1 Predictive Policing
CIS 500 Assignment 2 4G Wireless Networks
CIS 500 Assignment 3 Mobile Computing and Social NetworkingGraded
CIS 500 Assignment 4 Data Mining
CIS 500 Case Study 2 Cloud Computing
CIS 500 Term Paper Mobile Computing and Social Networks
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Due Week 10 and worth 200 points
There are thousands of iPhone Apps, iPad Apps, and Android Apps that have been developed to perform a myriad of tasks and processes. Initially, most of these applications were games intended to be played on mobile devices. The popularity of these applications led businesses to ponder whether some of their business process applications that run on desktop platforms and the Web could be redesigned to run on mobile devices. The answer was a resounding yes!
For example, Nationwide developed the Nationwide® Mobile, a free iPhone App that allows its insurance policyholders to file a claim on the spot when an accident occurs. The application can snap pictures of the accident and attach them to the claim data and upload the claim information to a server. This reduces the length of time to process a claim filed this way. Nationwide competitors have followed suit and developed iPhone, iPad, and Android applications of their own. Policyholders can receive messages via Facebook or Twitter.
Other business processes that have been reengineered as a result of mobile computing include Quick Response (QR) codes which have replaced onedimensional bar codes. They are read using mobile devices, accepting credit card…