Red Hat announces update to FeedHenry 3

Mobile app platform receives Teams and Collaboration enhancement

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Red Hat announces update to FeedHenry 3 McGloin: Enterprise mobility has matured beyond a single application, silo approach.
By  Stephen McBride Published  November 20, 2014

Open source solutions provider, Red Hat, today announced an update to its FeedHenry 3 mobile application platform.

Red Hat has added a Teams and Collaboration enhancement to the enterprise mobile apps development suite.

"The FeedHenry 3 mobile application platform brings something new to the market with its integrated collaboration and access control features that support distributed development teams working in unison across multiple application projects," Red Hat said in a statement.

The FeedHenry 3 Teams and Collaboration enhancement includes global collaboration on mobile application projects; role-based collaboration across the application lifecycle; access controls for mobile projects; and company-wide visibility across mobile projects.

"Enterprise mobility has matured beyond a single application, silo approach, toward a team-based, business-centric model, where multiple applications, at various stages of the application development lifecycle, are managed by different teams," said Cathal McGloin, vice president, Mobile Platforms, Red Hat.

"Organisations are looking to improve their agility and responsiveness on mobility projects while at the same time having distributed teams and centralised policy management. Teams and Collaboration, as an integrated feature across the FeedHenry 3 platform, addresses this need, enabling a granularity of access control across different development resources, whether in-house or third-party, that promotes agility and reuse of core components."

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