encourage Enterprise-centric applications??

by NRATactor » Fri, 10 Oct 2008 02:49:10 GMT


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 Honestly --

While the strategy of Google to encourage development of bells/whistle
apps is nice -- and generates some interest in Android platform, I'm
very surprised there was no specific focus (ie. $$$ awards) for
business-class applications for Android.

While I'm happy to play with all fun apps while at bar -- the reason I
BUY (or burn cycles installing) an Android phone would be for business-
class apps.

How about any/all the following:

IPsec VPN client
SSH client
SCP/SFTP client
telnet
RDP remote desktop
VNC client
IM aggregator -- similar to Trillian
Twitter client -- similar to Twibble
SNMP mgmt statistics gather
Kismet similar  (WLAN capture)
Wireshark similar  (LAN capture)
google apps plugins (ie. edit local, post to shared google app-space)
blogspot plugin (ie. edit local, post global)

etc.. blah...blah...blah..
-GA

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encourage Enterprise-centric applications??

by Peli » Fri, 10 Oct 2008 17:04:18 GMT


 There is at least a free SSH client already out there:
 http://code.google.com/p/connectbot/ 

I'm sure there exist or soon will exist solutions to your other needs
as well.

Wait... twitter client is a business class app?? ;-)

Peli
www.openintents.org



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encourage Enterprise-centric applications??

by Lo Yuk Fai » Fri, 10 Oct 2008 19:56:02 GMT


 If it's an "enterprise" application, the "enterprise" is likely to pay
for it anyway. Thus making a competition with monetary award kind of
moot if you ask me.





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encourage Enterprise-centric applications??

by Eric Sinclair » Fri, 10 Oct 2008 19:56:10 GMT


 I've seen a few of these floating around in discussion online already
- a lot of them in the google code archives.




[...]


I'd love to see the corporate VPN vendors release access clients, agreed.


In google code is ConnectBot - looked to be at a reasonably settled
state  < http://code.google.com/p/connectbot/> ;

[...]


Again, work is being done in google code < http://code.google.com/p/android-vnc/> ;


Though the native G1 client does multiple prototcols, it splits the
traffic across IP and SMS.  I expect this will be quickly met by the
market.


Check out Twitdroid < http://twitroid.com/> ;


*nods*


in google code < http://code.google.com/p/mobilogger/> ;

-Eric

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