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Announcing KidoZen Mobile App Prototyper

Building enterprise mobile application is not a simple endeavor. From concept to production, the process implementing mobile experiences in the enterprise requires the involvement of highly sophisticated resources in areas such as design, development, backend infrastructure, etc. Those characteristics makes it incredibly difficult for developers, architects and even business stakeholders to [...]

How to create, deploy and run a HTML5 app with Kidozen

Create the app on the Marketplace – Go to app section, then click on “Create New Application”. – Name the app and choose subdomain name(in our case Weather), then click on “Create and Continue”. – Choose an icon, you can upload a file or use the icon designer, then click on “Save and Continue” – […]

Google Acquires Divide: The New Generation MDM Just Got Mainstream

Yesterday, Google announced the acquisition of new generation enterprise mobile management (EMM) vendor Divide (formerly known as Enterproid). Divide provide a “dual persona” approach that allows users to segment their work and personal environments in their smartphone. From a market standpoint, Divide is part of the new generation EMM players that are trying to challenge […]

KidoZen Doubles Down in London

KidoZen’s own Jesus Rodriguez was in London the week of May 19 for a presentation triple-header (and a little birthday R&R). Jesus shared his vision of “The Third-Generation Enterprise Mobile Platform” at the 11th Bi-annual Open Mobile Summit, and presented on two technical tracks at Software Design & Development 2014. The first track covered “Windows […]

Enterprise Mobile Platforms Gain Spotlight at M6 Mobility xChange

The KidoZen team was in San Diego this week to attend the M6 Mobility xChange conference where enterprise mobile platforms were a hot topic among conference goers. Amplifying the discussion this morning was a CEO Panel featuring leaders in mobile, including KidoZen CEO Jesus Rodriguez. The panelists explored the evolution of mobile app development and […]

KidoZen CEO Looks at Mobile Innovation in 2015 and Beyond at Technology Alliance of Georgia Mobility Roundtable

KidoZen CEO Jesus Rodriguez, together with Mobiquity and AT&T, explored mobility innovations in 2015 and beyond at TAG Mobility’s “Smart Car, Smart Phone, Smart Life” roundtable. Joining Jesus in the discussion were Dr. Scott Snyder, President and Chief Strategy Officer of Mobiquity, a KidoZen partner and leader in delivering innovative wireless solutions for enterprises; and […]

Staying Creative as a Company

Last friday, we threw our first Hacking Day in our BA offices. Basically, we gathered the entire team together to get creative, learn a lot of new things, and have some fun along the way! Creative Company In today’s industry, being innovative and creative is super important if you want to succeed. But as simple […]

KidoZen Shares Insights on Start-up Life in Miami

The KidoZen team was on the scene at eMerge Americas and TechWeek Miami 2014 this week to celebrate Miami as an emerging technology hub and vibrant entrepreneurial city. KidoZen’s own Jesus Rodriguez exchanged views on start-up life in Miami in a panel discussion, “Making Moves in Miami,” with LearnerNation and The Miami Herald. The lively […]

Speaking at the eMerge Americas Conference

This week I had the opportunity of delivering a session at the eMerge Americas Conference in Miami Beach. This time, my session wasn’t focused on technical or market analysis topic. Instead, I joined Michael McCord (CEO of Learner Nation) to speak to the audience about the experience of building companies in South Florida and other […]

Miami Gets Hot with the eMerge Americas Conference

This week I had the opportunity of delivering a session at the eMerge Americas Conference in Miami Beach. This time, my session wasn’t focused on technical or market analysis topic. Instead, I joined Michael McCord (CEO of Learner Nation) to speak to the audience about the experience of building companies in South Florida and other […]

OAuth Covert Redirect Vunerability

During the last hours you may heard about Covert Redirect as a new vulnerability in OAuth 2.0. As soon as we heard about it our security team acted immediately, concluding that: Kidozen is not vulnerable. It only affects web-based applications, not native. It is not a new kind of attack: It is a mix of […]

Covert Redirect: Facebook and ESPN Security, oh my god…

Yesterday a vulnerability was published under the name of Covert Redirect as a new security flag in OAuth 2.0 / OpenId. In the article says: Covert Redirect is an application that takes a parameter and redirects a user to the parameter value WITHOUT SUFFICIENT validation. This is often the of result of a website’s overconfidence […]

Industry Events

KidoZen Evangelizes Workforce Mobility Coast-to-Coast

The KidoZen team is spreading its vision for how the enterprise mobility market will evolve today at two leading enterprise mobility conferences: Mobility Summit in Miami and Open Mobile Summit in San Francisco.     On the East Coast, KidoZen Vice President of Business Development, Ben Elliott, is presenting “What’s Next for Enterprise Mobility” at the […]

KidoZen Comes to Portugal: Speaking at Mobile Connect

This afternoon I will be presenting at Mobile Edge in Lisbon, Portugal. My session will focus on the new trends that will shape the focus of mobile ranging from emerging of new technologies such as IOT platforms to the increasing M&A activity in the enterprise mobile space. The Mobile Edge Conference is organized by the […]

Introducing KidoZen Helion Edition

KidoZen’s CEO, Jesus Rodriguez, and Vice President of Engineering, Gustavo Machado, are in San Francisco today to preview KidoZen Helion Edition at the HP Helion Development Platform launch event. Jesus will demonstrate on stage with HP executives KidoZen’s next-generation mobile application platform, ported to HP Cloud, and its ability to simplify the development process for […]

KidoZen at the Xamarin Evolve

This year KidoZen was a proud sponsor at the Xamarin Evolve. With approximately 1200 attendees, the conference turned out to be way bigger than I expected, and the quality of the presentations and the organisation were flawless. Apart from really enjoying the awesome conference, I took the chance to make a presentation on Enterprise mBaaS […]

Spreading the Vision Across the Americas

5,083 miles. That’s how far the KidoZen team traveled this week – from Toronto, Canada to Sao Paulo, Brazil – to share its vision for the future of enterprise mobility.       KidoZen CEO Jesus Rodriguez headed south to San Paulo earlier this week to attend the Mobile+ Forum where enterprise mobile platforms were […]

Snoop Consulting Introduces KidoZen to Chilean IT Market

KidoZen is about to cross another major milestone as we continue our geographic push into South America. Tomorrow, our partners at Snoop Consulting, our preferred vendor in the Argentinean and Chilean markets, will host the first in-person event to introduce KidoZen in Chile. And we couldn’t be more excited! We are proud to be part of […]

Snoop Consulting Brings KidoZen to Argentina

Developing a strong partner ecosystem has been one the principles of KidoZen since the early days. Strategically, we have been working very actively to partner with the top mobile specialists across different geographies and, as a result, KidoZen today has customers in 4 continents. This week, we had the unique opportunity to witness the effectiveness […]

CCS Injection: New vulnerability found on OpenSSL

After the Heartbleed Bug a new critical vulnerably was found today on OpenSSL: CCS Injection. This new vulnerability is based on the fact that OpenSSL accepts ChangeCipherSpec (CCS) inappropriately during a handshake (The ChangeCipherSpec message is used to change the encryption being used by the client and the server) By exploiting this vulnerability an attacker could […]

Announcing KidoZen Mobile App Prototyper

Building enterprise mobile application is not a simple endeavor. From concept to production, the process implementing mobile experiences in the enterprise requires the involvement of highly sophisticated resources in areas such as design, development, backend infrastructure, etc. Those characteristics makes it incredibly difficult for developers, architects and even business stakeholders to [...]

How to create, deploy and run a HTML5 app with Kidozen

Create the app on the Marketplace – Go to app section, then click on “Create New Application”. – Name the app and choose subdomain name(in our case Weather), then click on “Create and Continue”. – Choose an icon, you can upload a file or use the icon designer, then click on “Save and Continue” – […]

Google Acquires Divide: The New Generation MDM Just Got Mainstream

Yesterday, Google announced the acquisition of new generation enterprise mobile management (EMM) vendor Divide (formerly known as Enterproid). Divide provide a “dual persona” approach that allows users to segment their work and personal environments in their smartphone. From a market standpoint, Divide is part of the new generation EMM players that are trying to challenge […]

KidoZen Doubles Down in London

KidoZen’s own Jesus Rodriguez was in London the week of May 19 for a presentation triple-header (and a little birthday R&R). Jesus shared his vision of “The Third-Generation Enterprise Mobile Platform” at the 11th Bi-annual Open Mobile Summit, and presented on two technical tracks at Software Design & Development 2014. The first track covered “Windows […]

Enterprise Mobile Platforms Gain Spotlight at M6 Mobility xChange

The KidoZen team was in San Diego this week to attend the M6 Mobility xChange conference where enterprise mobile platforms were a hot topic among conference goers. Amplifying the discussion this morning was a CEO Panel featuring leaders in mobile, including KidoZen CEO Jesus Rodriguez. The panelists explored the evolution of mobile app development and […]

KidoZen CEO Looks at Mobile Innovation in 2015 and Beyond at Technology Alliance of Georgia Mobility Roundtable

KidoZen CEO Jesus Rodriguez, together with Mobiquity and AT&T, explored mobility innovations in 2015 and beyond at TAG Mobility’s “Smart Car, Smart Phone, Smart Life” roundtable. Joining Jesus in the discussion were Dr. Scott Snyder, President and Chief Strategy Officer of Mobiquity, a KidoZen partner and leader in delivering innovative wireless solutions for enterprises; and […]

Staying Creative as a Company

Last friday, we threw our first Hacking Day in our BA offices. Basically, we gathered the entire team together to get creative, learn a lot of new things, and have some fun along the way! Creative Company In today’s industry, being innovative and creative is super important if you want to succeed. But as simple […]

KidoZen Shares Insights on Start-up Life in Miami

The KidoZen team was on the scene at eMerge Americas and TechWeek Miami 2014 this week to celebrate Miami as an emerging technology hub and vibrant entrepreneurial city. KidoZen’s own Jesus Rodriguez exchanged views on start-up life in Miami in a panel discussion, “Making Moves in Miami,” with LearnerNation and The Miami Herald. The lively […]

Speaking at the eMerge Americas Conference

This week I had the opportunity of delivering a session at the eMerge Americas Conference in Miami Beach. This time, my session wasn’t focused on technical or market analysis topic. Instead, I joined Michael McCord (CEO of Learner Nation) to speak to the audience about the experience of building companies in South Florida and other […]

Miami Gets Hot with the eMerge Americas Conference

This week I had the opportunity of delivering a session at the eMerge Americas Conference in Miami Beach. This time, my session wasn’t focused on technical or market analysis topic. Instead, I joined Michael McCord (CEO of Learner Nation) to speak to the audience about the experience of building companies in South Florida and other […]

OAuth Covert Redirect Vunerability

During the last hours you may heard about Covert Redirect as a new vulnerability in OAuth 2.0. As soon as we heard about it our security team acted immediately, concluding that: Kidozen is not vulnerable. It only affects web-based applications, not native. It is not a new kind of attack: It is a mix of […]

Covert Redirect: Facebook and ESPN Security, oh my god…

Yesterday a vulnerability was published under the name of Covert Redirect as a new security flag in OAuth 2.0 / OpenId. In the article says: Covert Redirect is an application that takes a parameter and redirects a user to the parameter value WITHOUT SUFFICIENT validation. This is often the of result of a website’s overconfidence […]

Mobile Testing Guidelines

Now you decided to develop a mobile app using kidozen, you need to start assuring quality. Here you have a guideline to help you to establish a test plan to follow the app life cycle. The Quality process has several phases, which are: Requirements As soon as you start building your Mobile Application is time […]

OAuth Proof of Possession draft are here!

One of the concerns about OAuth 2.0 is that it uses bearer tokens, that are a kind of tokens that are not tied to any context at all. That means that any party in possession of a token can get access to the associated resources, without any other demonstration. This month, the IETF team has […]

Microsoft and Amazon Earning Reports: Two Perspectives of the Cloud

Yesterday, both Amazon and Microsoft beat Wall Street expectations during their quarterly earnings reports. While reading many of the analysts’ reports during the evening, I couldn’t avoid noticing some key differences in the way their cloud services businesses is evolving. If is true that both companies reported very strong numbers in their cloud services business, […]

Enterprise Mobility Patterns: Application Storage

Storage is one of the overlooked requirements of enterprise mobile solutions. From a technical standpoint, almost any mobile application you can think of requires some form of storage to persist transient data that is specific to its runtime behavior. That type of mobile-first storage is very specific to the functionality of the mobile app and […]

Recent Blog Posts

Democratizing Enterprise Data Access: A Data Lake Pattern

The Problem The number of enterprise data systems in your organization has grown our of control. Every day, your team gets presented with new business scenarios that require aggregating or combining data from different enterprise data sources. Also, as more and more systems get adopted within your organization becomes increasingly hard to understand the different […]

KidoZen Hosts First Wireless Innovation Council Meeting of 2015

The KidoZen team is proud to host the first Wireless Innovation Council (W.I.C.) session of the year at our Miami headquarters this week. W.I.C. was founded in 2012 by Mobiquity, a mobility professional services firm and KidoZen partner, who chairs the organization. The Council’s objective is to bring strategic decision makers from cross-functional industries together […]

April Webinar – Transitioning from Service Oriented to Mobile Oriented Architectures

As the enterprise mobile space continues to evolve, organizations are getting more strategic in enabling mobile-first infrastructures that can sustain the growing number of mobile solutions in the enterprise. Many organizations presume their investments in Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) can be leveraged to provide the correct backend infrastructure required by mobile solutions. However, [...]

Parsing data objects in iOS, Android and Windows Mobile

So, you need to display enterprise data in your mobile application, but you have to access this data from multiple disparate systems. Software companies and engineers have dedicated the past few decades to solving this specific challenge, developing an array of platforms, architectures, frameworks and protocols. Since the evolution of the modern mobile application, one […]

FREAK Attack: 90’s NSA actions boomerang

Back in early 90’s in the US was illegal to export strong crypto code. Sending crypto code overseas was considered something similar to export weapons. At that time the NSA and the US government banned people from selling software to other countries unless the code used involved encryption keys no longer than 512 bits. The […]

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